KATHMANDU, June 11 (Xinhua) -- During discussion with Kathmandu- based envoys of various countries on Monday, Nepali Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai urged foreign diplomats to continue their support to the government at this "challenging time".
During the meeting, the prime minister vowed to forge consensus among political parties to end the current political stalemate in the country and ensure that the proposed November 22 elections of Constitution Assembly (CA) take place within the stipulated time.
He told the foreign envoys that the government is preparing to hold fresh election of the CA by forging consensus with political parties and seeking the help of international community for the same. Prime Minister Bhattarai also briefed the envoys about the situations that had aroused during his 10 month term and the outcomes of the peace process.
"I take this opportunity to share with you that the coalition government led by the Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoists will leave no stone unturned in seeking to reach a consensus so that the election could be held within the stipulated time," said Bhattarai.
"We are trying to reach consensus on forming a national unity government before the elections, to sort out certain legal hurdles and to create an environment of trust among major stakes holders," he added.