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10 Jan, 2015| Kathmandu, Nepal

Nepali youth marched in the Capital, demanding promulgation of human rights friendly new constitution. Street discussion is being organized in front of Constitution Assembly hall.

 

New Constitution is expected to change the face of Nepal as 240 years old monarchy has been ended in 2007 with the announcement of republic of Nepal. And country is already declared as secular state leaving behind status of only Hindu-Kingdom in the world.

Federalism and governing structure are still uncertain as top political parties could not come up to a common point. Civil society’s organizations are continuously increasing its pressure for the constructive result of assembly.