1 mai 2011

KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Jhala Nath Khanal has said the political atmosphere has been conducive in the recent days for accomplishing the tasks of concluding peace process and writing constitution.

No country in the world has accomplished the tasks on time in course of conflict management and transformation, Prime Minister Khanal said, adding that he would devote honestly to the peace and constitution-making.

At a programme organised by General Federation of Nepalese Trade Unions (GEFONT) on the occasion of the 122nd International Labour Day in the open theatre on Sunday, PM Khanal said there was no alternative of concluding peace process and constitution-writing on political consensus.

Also the Chairman of CPN-UML, Prime Minister Khanal said the workers and youths had played important roles in all democratic movements including the janaandolan II in the country.

He further said the Cabinet was being expanded soon.

He expressed commitment that government would endorse the covenant regarding international labours’ organisation (87) for the social security of the labours.

GEFONT Chairman Bishnu Rimal said the condition of workers in terms of their rights has improved as compared to the previous years.

Also speaking on the occasion were senior vice-chairman of Federation of Nepalese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Bhaskar Raj Karnikar and chairperson of Federation of Nepal Small and Cottage Industry, Lata Pyakurel


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