Chairman of the Constitutional Political Dialogue and Consensus Committee (CDPCC) of the Constituent Assembly Baburam Bhattarai has submitted committee’s report to the Constituent Assembly (CA) Chairman Subas Nembang. The CPDCC has submitted the report one month after the set deadline.
The report has incorporated the joint proposals put forth by Nepali Congress and CPN-UML and opinions of other parties also.
The CA meeting, scheduled for Tuesday, December 9, will hold discussion on the report. -
A meeting of the three major parties had earlier agreed to send back all the disputed issues of the new constitution to CA after major political parties failed to forge agreements on the issues.
After handing the report over to CA Chairman Nembang, Bhattarai said that he submitted the report impartially after holding consultations with top leaders of the political parties.
After receiving the report, CA chair Nembang opined that there is no alternative to fast-track for the timely promulgation of the new constitution.
He further informed that some amendments in CA procedure require to be made to fast-track the constitution-drafting process. The CA meeting has been scheduled for December 9 to discuss the report.