Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has indicated that a high level political committee (HLPC) as demanded by the key opposition party, the UCPN (Maoist), would be set up soon.
Addressing a program of relief hand over to flood and landslide victims at his official residence at Baluwatar, Kathmandu on Saturday, PM Koirala said he is ready to provide an outlet to the current political deadlock even by forming such a committee.
"It is unwise to stick to own stances and not reach an understanding. The demand of opposition parties to form an HLPC also has to be heard," the PM said.
PM Koirala expressed his happiness over the ongoing constitution making process, adding that there is no alternative to consensus, unity, co-work and conciliation among the political parties.
"We have the experience of maintaining consensus even in the sensitive peace process. We can resolve all issues through dialogue. Therefore, constitution will also be enacted. But we have to understand that there will be some 'give and take' obviously."
Nepal's peace process has now entered the phase of forming a Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the PM added.