Nepal: Opposition to join Oli-led government

ANI | Updated: May 29, 2018 02:31 IST

Kathmandu [Nepal], May 29 (ANI): The Opposition party Federal Socialist Forum- Nepal (FSF-N) will be joining the Central Government, led by the Communist Party of Nepal, to ink two agreements.
"As per the agreement inked in the presence of the two sitting chairman of the newly-merged parties, the Communist Party of Nepal; KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal on the issues pertaining the amendment in the constitution will be addressed on basis of mutual understanding," the Prime Minister's Personal Secretariat informed.
Prime Minister Oli has been constantly making promise to amend the constitution on the basis of importance and mutuality.
FSF-N was previously with a long-time disgruntled party alliance known as the Federal Alliance, but later it was differed as the FSF-N Chairman and the then co-coordinator of the alliance Upendra Yadav was ousted from the same.
Though the FSF-N differs from the Rashtriya Janata Party- Nepal (RJP-N) they still have a common demand to amend the constitution. (ANI)