Former minister, political analyst and member of Eminent Persons Group (EPG) from Nepal, Nilamber Acharya knows Nepali politics inside out. What is his assessment of current politics and debate on authoritarianism? How should the government and opposition conduct themselves? What is the progress in EPG? Thira L Bhusal and Mahabir Paudyal caught up with him to discuss.

KATHMANDU, June 23: A national convention of Nepali Congress (NC) district presidents that ended with a 21-point Hetauda Declaration on Friday concluded that the controversial remarks by ruling party leaders about introducing a directly elected executive presidential system were aimed at pushing the country toward a fresh round of instability.

KANCHANPUR, Nov 29: Nepali Congress leader and a candidate to the House of Representatives from Kanchanpur-2, NP Saud has stated that the unnatural alliance of two communist parties will push the nation toward instability.

KATHMANDU, Feb 18:  For anyone born on February 18, 1951, the day democracy came to Nepal, it has been a lifetime wasted by political instability decade after decade and lack of economic  vision among successive leaders.

Stable instability

July 15, 2016 03:20 am

With the third prime minister in two and half years of the current parliament soon to be elected, the old debate of government has been reignited.