When Was 12 Point Delhi Agreement Held

On Friday 25 November 2005, Gopal Man Shrestha said at the press conference to inform the public about the decisions of his party`s Central Labour Committee (CWC), said NC-D President-in-Office Gopal Man Shrestha, “political parties have not yet chosen a republican entity, thus making room for the king and palace in the 12-point agreement. We must now see whether the palace will sincerely resolve the current crisis by restoring peace and stability. If it does not play a positive role in this regard, the elections to the Constituent Assembly will decide the fate of the monarchy.┬áThe alliance of the seven parties was moving towards an agreement with the Maoists. Mr. Shrestha said. “This is because the palace is rigid and refuses to check its attitude.” The CWC meeting concluded on Thursday 24 November and concluded that the agreement between the Alliance of Seven and the Maoists is an important positive step towards absolute peace and democracy in the country. He called on the Maoists to stick to understanding. Party spokesman Dr Minendra Rijal said the political parties called on the Maoists to extend the unilateral ceasefire beyond the 3 December 2005 expiration date, demonstrating their commitment to peace and democracy. The international community is disappointed by the alliance of the seven parties that follows the Maoist agenda. The question also arose as to how Maoists like Mohan Baidya, aka Kiran, were able to participate in a prison sentence in Siligugdi, India and CP Gajurel, aka Gaurab in Chennai, India, in talks with the Alliance of Seven in New Delhi. [33] It shows that the Indian authorities are behind the scenes in the talks between the Alliance of Seven and the Maoists and reach the 12-point agreement between them, this is not merely rhetoric, but involves huge changes of previous positions held by both sides.

Political parties, including many leaders and cadres who were killed and driven from their homes by the Maoists during decades of armed insurgency, have decided to forgive and forget. In their desperation to counter-attack the monarch, Nepal`s well-established politicians, who belong to different ideological nuances, are now ready to go out with the extremists despite the bloodshed that have taken place in the past. Nepal-based parties and Maoists have agreed on a fundamental alliance against the monarchy. The fact that they were speaking was not new: all parties kept in touch during the ten-year conflict. But this time, they have drawn up a serious agenda that provides the framework for a peace agreement. Their dialogue found India`s tacit support and the agreement was reached at meetings in New Delhi. There are many political paradoxes in this astonishing turn of events. The 12-point memorandum of understanding between the Nepalese parties and the Maoists is a unique document that highlights the unprecedented nature of what is happening in that country. Both parties have admitted to making mistakes in the past and have pledged not to repeat them in the future. Saturday 26 November 27, 2005, madhav Kumar Nepal, Secretary General of the CPN-UML, said at an event organized by his party to exchange best wishes for peace and democracy on the occasion of The New Year 1126 of Sambat in Nepal (Nepalese Calendar) 1126, that the Alliance of Seven Parties would conduct a dialogue with the Maoists in the near future in order to achieve the expected goal of resolving decades of armed conflict and re-establishing a lasting peace.

“Since there is no possibility of imposing autocracy after the restoration of peace and democracy by the end of decades of armed conflict, some “obsolete sycophants of autocracy” have threatened political parties with terrorist day,” he said: “No one can stop us from achieving the goal of resolving the existing conflict as long as we have the support of the People of Nepal.