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Get on with it



Although the Nepali people demand that the palace be disposed of and Nepal declared a republic immediately, the government is still unwilling to let the Maoists [who are asking for the same things] join the interim government. In fact, the government is afraid of letting the Maoists party into the constituent assembly. Clearly, the interim government plans to let things continue without a resolution for a month or two, effectively delaying the constituent assembly election.
The fact is, the Maoists do not need anyone's approval. The Nepali people trust, love, and support them. If they fought the ten-year 'People's War' with the support of the people, they will also fight for peace and democracy with the same support. There is no doubt the Maoists can establish a democratic republic in Nepal with such support. It is a misconception that delaying the Maoists from entering the government and the constituent assembly will lead to freedom earlier for Nepal and its people.

The Nepali people do not need to be taught that the dilly-dallying of the interim government is a conspiracy to herald retrogression.



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