Directly elected executive head demanded



Kathmandu : Sanghiya Samajwadi Party Nepal and Naya Shakti Nepal have pressed for putting in place the directly elected executive system which both the parties believe would resolve the current crisis in the country.
Issuing a joint press statement by the coordinator of NSN Dr Baburam Bhattarai and Sanghiya Samajwadi Forum Nepal Chairman Upendra Yadav have also drawn the attention towards ending community, caste, gender, culture, religious and region-based disparities while considering constitution amendment.
Both the parties have expressed their joint opinion about the constitution amendment through the press release.
The joint press statement states, “It is imperative to take the Alliances like Samyukta Lokatantrik Madheshi Morcha, Aadibashi Janajati Rastriya Aandolan and other alliances based on identity into confidence that would address the issues pertaining to Madhesi, indigenous, Khas, Muslims, oppressed, marginalized and Dalits among others.”
Both the parties have argued that the constitution should be revised taking into account the appointing directly elected executive Head of the State, inclusive parliament, proportional inclusiveness in all state organs, federal judicial, social justice and equality.