Kathmandu, January 14-
With the unwanted and untoward row over the political commentary and constitutional interpretation made by the minister of Culture, Sudan Kirati, many were shocked to see the cheap populist, demagogue-like and communal color of leaders like Rabi Lamichhane, analysts like Dr. Surendra KC, and innumerable mainstream media persons.
Given the backlash, many publicly criticized the so-called new parties, and even tendered their resignation from parties like RSP.
Many of us have come to the understanding that this name can be a common flag or banner which represents our status as humans and recognition as Nepali citizens:United Civic Party.
And during the same period, many forces who were already in talks, are reportedly forging into a united political party.
According to an activist and aspiring politician, according to his social posts, many of the campaigns and proposed parries are uniting under a commonly acceptable name.
You can read the Nepali content here:
The post roughly reads:
Let’s take a bold step and move forward in unison under a new banner. Let’s unite and forge now a new civic-centered political force the majoritarian state will be forced to recognize and reckon with. ..
National Liberation Movement, Janajagaran Parry Nepal, Aamul Pariwartan Messiah Party, Dalit Liberation Movement, Republican Party Nepal, Nagarik Adhikar Party, Nepal Dalit Party.