Constituent Assembly Chair Subas Chandra Nembang has intensified efforts to bring the top leaders of the four forces to the negotiating table again. Nembang met Nepali Congress leader Narahari Acharya and Unified CPN-Maoist leader Baburam Bhattarai and urged them to help end the communication gap between the top leaders of the four forces — NC, UML, UCPN-M and the United Democratic Madhesi Front. Nembang said he would discuss the next course of action with the top leaders and the chief whips of the parties tomorrow. A meeting of the CA is scheduled for tomorrow. He said talks were being held at different levels to get the top leaders of the major parties to come to the negotiating table reports THT Online. Earlier, receiving a memorandum from Reporters Club, Nembang said he would move as per the CA Rules. Sadbhawana Party lawmaker Laxman Lal Karna said as per the CA Rules the ruling parties could not put any proposal to vote without consensus on the procedure and the CDC could prepare the draft only on agreed upon issues. Asked what would be the opposition parties’ strategy in the CA beginning Friday, Karna said if the ruling parties tried to push their agendas without consensus the opposition would protest their move. When asked what would be the nature of their protest, Karna said their protest would be proportionate to the ruling parties’ move.