The Constitutional-Political Dialogue and Consensus Committee decided to let its chairman, Baburam Bhattarai, to hold talks on the crucial issues of new constitution with the top leaders of various political parties for a couple of days.
The CPDCC held its meeting a day after the Constituent Assembly sent back its report on crucial issues that have continued to remain contentious among the major political forces.
Today's meeting discussed the measures to resolve the differences over content of new constitution including issues of state restructuring, forms of governance, electoral system and judiciary, according to a statement issued by Bhattarai's secretariat.
Bhattarai would brief the CPDCC about new developments on January 11. The CA has only 14 days left to meet the self-imposed deadline for the promulgation of new constitution reports THT online.
The CPDCC meeting, participated by top leaders of major parties, had discussed mooted alternatives--CPDCC holding talks from today; forming new committee to build agreement; and CPDCC chairman taking the lead to deal with the parties.