Chairman of Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal Kamal Thapa has claimed that the institution of monarchy will be reinstated after the November 19 election to Constituent Assembly.
Speaking at a programme organised by Reporters Club Nepal in the capital on Sunday, leader Thapa said that the so-called change brought about in the country after abolishing monarchy was not meant to invite foreign intervention.
The country needs a strong monarchy that can rise to the occasion, he said, adding that his party will begin a nationwide dialogue to forge national consensus on re-establishment of constitutional monarchy in the country.
Thapa also claimed that his party will secure the highest number of seats under the Proportional Representation (PR) system of the upcoming election as his party is going to the election with the agenda of “peace, stability and democracy” against the “despotism” of the four-party syndicate. Nepalnews.com