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Congress PP meet discusses extent of flexibility to be adopted
Kathmandu, Dec 14: The ruling Nepali Congress' Parliamentary Party today held discussion on the extent of flexibility to be exercised to resolve the subjects under dispute dogging the constitution making process.
In the PP meet held at the Prime Minister's official residence at Baluwatar, the NC lawmakers put forth their views on the scale of flexibility to be shown over the contentious issues, said Chinkaji Shrestha, NC Chief Whip.
According to Shrestha, the meeting also discussed the failure of the Constitutional Political Dialogue and Consensus Committee to forge an agreement among the disgruntled parties on the proposal that outlines the resolution on the content of the constitution and the presentation of the proposal at the Constituent Assembly without a questionnaire.
NC CA members and the central members advised on amending the CA Rules of Procedure and the CA Calendar in order to meet the deadline for delivering the new constitution.
On the occasion, Prime Minister and NC President Sushil Koirala and NC Vice President Ram Chandra Poudel apprised the participants of the details of the talks held with other parties on constitution making and the agreements.
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