Nepalese people do not want any kind of communist authoritarianism, they aspire only full democracy. The concerns of the people are political stability, peace and good governance. A democratic political system is always put at the highest echelon. It is because only a good and well-established political system can lead the public mass by determining appropriate social and economic management of the state through concrete policies and programmes. After the election of constituent assembly, the country has not found a clear political direction yet due to visionless political leaders. While the parties should have come united together for strengthening the parliamentary democratic system, but they all are not able to put forward innovative political ideas. It seems no one is committed towards their policy. After the election of constituent assembly the Maoists are changing their hues and showing new dramas everyday. No one has attempted to formulate a policy to follow a definite democratic system.
one of the so called major parties (Nepali Congress, UML, Maoists) have any concept to build this nation. When unrest, disturbances and corruption have afflicted the country, it is entangled on issues such as federalism, ethnic autonomy and proportional election. No political system is damned or to be condemned in the beginning and there are mistakes and faults, but they should be corrected and amended while implementing. But the political leaders refuse to admit their mistakes. They, in any way, can only try the duplicity and dishonesty. One of the serious blunders made by so called larger parties is the failure to gauge and identify their capability. The Nepalese people want to see the country safe and peace prevailed with monarchy and the political parties remaining in harmony with each other. But the country is in despair, unprotected and vulnerable to break-up because of the nefarious and unholy alliances. Talking about the Maoists, they themselves have made the mockery of their 10-year-long insurgency what they call a people's war. Maoists should focus themselves to avoid foreign intervention and to sweep widespread corruption protecting the sovereignty of the nation.
Republic and secularism is not Nepal’s issue. The real issues are the anti-nationalism, corruption and foreign intervention. The concern of Nepalese people is how to get rid of above stated issues. Republic is not a way out of the problems. Terrorism would take over the nation in absence of the royal institution which abolishes the democratic norms. How was the CA election held and what types of so called representatives have been elected is not hidden. Murderers, pro-foreign agents, criminals and thieves have emerged victorious in this election. If these people win, bloodshed would be inevitable and the devils would rule the nation. The CA election was flanked by issues of republic, secularism, federalism, caste based autonomy, inclusive and proportionality. The plight of nation after such an election has become dangerous. Millions of foreigners were given Nepalese citizenship after the uprising. There were initiations for conspiracy to disintegrate the nation in name of caste based federalism. Isn't this enough disintegration of the country?
The congress, UML and the Maoists have neither attempted nor indented to give positive outlet to the country's problems. They all know that the geographical and ethnic diversities call out for a people-oriented constitutional monarchy in Nepal. No foreigner who come here as advisor or diplomat ever accepted this fact. The movement of 2005 staged stopped only after the King revived the parliament according to their wish. However there was no any such provision in the constitution because the parliament was dissolved by themselves four years ago. But they continued dismantling the identity and the monarchy. In the context of Nepal, Monarchy, Hinduism & Buddhism and the Nepali language is the base of Nepalese unity and nationality. By destroying these three entities, we lose the free and sovereign Nepal. We Nepalese people no longer want the unconstitutional rule of the so called larger parties including Maoists. The Nepalese only believe in parliamentary democracy and always follow the constitutional path. Now, the only way would be the acceptance and restoration of benevolent and people-oriented monarchy. There is, thus, no way other than to form a national government of all sides, including the king, through a broad conference and find a way out to solve the country's problem. So, it is the right time for all those nationalists who are engaged in any political parties or outsiders must think in a positive way to solve the national crisis so that our beautiful country could be saved for forthcoming generations.
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