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Ruling alliance will last for next four years: Socialist leader Pandey

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KATHMANDU: The leaders of the ruling coalition are voicing opposition concerns.

Representatives participating in the recently concluded Mahasamiti meeting of the Nepali Congress also expressed that the ruling alliance has rendered the party organization ineffective.

The Maoist Center, led by Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal, has been accusing the Nepali congress for hindering their work.

The ruling alliance leaders, who pledged to address people’s issues through a continuous five-year government, are now questioned as to why they have not fulfilled this commitment and why the government’s effectiveness in terms of work is lacking.

The government’s inability to keep its promises raises questions about its longevity and whether a new equation is on the horizon.

Is the fortune of government leadership slipping away from the Unified Socialist, considered the mastermind of the current coalition?

In a conversation with Khabarhub, Unified Socialist leader Som Prasad Pandey tries to clear these concerns.

Are you observing indications that the alliance might face challenges when the Prime Minister is chosen from your party?

The current alliance is committed to a fixed term of five years.

This government was formed after the parliamentary election.

The connection, stemming from discussions between UML Chairman KP Oli, Maoist Center Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda, and Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba regarding the Prime Minister position, was both a necessity and a compulsion.

Historical evidence doesn’t support Oli’s ability to sustain a government.

I believe this alliance will endure for the next four years, and our gentleman’s agreement will be fulfilled after two years of Prachanda, Madhav Nepal, and Deuba serving as Prime Ministers.