Nepali Congress senior leader and former Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has said that new constitution would be promulgated within a year on the basis of power balance among all the political parties.
At a news conference organised by the Nepal Press Union, Banke, in Nepalgunj Monday, leader Deuba said that the constitution would be promulgated on the basis of consensus among all parties inside and outside the Legislature-Parliament.
Responding to a query, former PM Deuba said initiatives would be taken till the eleventh hour to bring the new constitution but the option of two-thirds majority would be adopted as an alternative to promulgate the constitution from the CA.
The former PM said that his party would show maximum flexibility as far as possible to forge consensus on other issues without compromising on the principles, norms and values of democracy.
Likewise, Deuba was of the view that the incumbent government should promulgate the new constitution and clarified that there was no any dispute between him and incumbent PM Sushil Koirala.
He further said that the new constitution would be a draft of the rights of people with multi-identity and nobody should have doubt over it.