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He may condemn democracy,very soon?and if that did not happen then there would be total anarchy in Telangana The TJAC was supposed to restart the agitation from August 15 with a chalo Hyderabad call but after KCRs confident statementsit was forced to postpone plans to September 30 The TJACs convenorM Kodandarama political science professor at Osmania University and a mentor for the thousands of Telangana studentsand KCR do not see eye to eye anymore The demise of Telangana ideologue K Jayashankar last June and the decline of balladeer G Vittal Raopopularly known as Gaddaras well as last years agitation fatigue have slowed down the movement [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: March 16 2014 11:23 pm Related News The prospects of being tried for human rights violations is pushing the two Maoist parties closer The general debate in Nepal has had three constants for the last eight years One the key parties and leaders promise to deliver the constitution within a timeframe followed by their prompt announcement of a new deadline upon failing to meet the earlier one Two the international community expresses hope that Nepal’s actors will succeed each time they announce a new deadline Three public indifference anger and frustration grows as the leaders continue to “lie” and not perform Nepal’s new government made up of the two largest parties in the Constituent Assembly (CA) — the Nepali Congress (NC) and the Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist Leninist (CPN-UML) — has reiterated the same promise: a constitution within a year; better investment opportunities; reduction of power-cuts substantially from the current 12 hours a day; elections to local bodies after a gap of 16 years in the next few months; and investigation and trial of human rights violation cases during the decade-long armed insurgency led by the Maoists (1996-2006) by an independent Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) But the last two “promises” have hit an obstacle already on a scale difficult for the coalition to ignore The Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (UCPN-M) and its breakaway group the Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (CPN-M) came together for the first time since their June 2012 split to oppose these They say an election to local bodies before the new constitution is delivered is aimed at derailing Nepal’s transition to the promised federalism And the move on cases of human rights violation is directed against the Maoists In fact CPN-M chief Mohan Baidya Kiran has already asked UCPN-M chief Prachanda to dissociate his party from the CA which is dominated by what the Maoists call “regressive and anti-revolutionary” forces For Prachanda joining hands with the CPN-M that boycotted the CA polls in November has become a tactical necessity as his once trusted comrade Baburam Bhattarai is asking for his resignation as party chief owning responsibility for the electoral debacle The CPN-M has split from the parent UCPN-M within six months of their plenum accusing the parent party of being a supporter of “hegemonic” India The party that had raised arms in Nepal for a “republican order” resulting in 14000 deaths and had treated India as an ally of “imperialistic America and a country wanting to spread its hegemony in the region” had decided not to treat India “as its principal enemy” at that plenum “It is too early to say we are reuniting But there are issues of mutual concern which we can raise together” said Baidya Prachanda knows that walking away from the CA will discredit his party further But sticking to it with a much smaller role and size — while the ruling coalition hits him where it hurts most — would be a humiliation he is not used to “Our going back to the jungle or raising arms is not possible at this stage but if we are humiliated or denied our due in the political process some others will resort to that again” Prachanda told ENS To mollify the splinter group Prachanda told them that an electoral government led by the incumbent chief justice was a wrong move The CPN-M chose not to participate in the polls citing the “death” of the principle of separation of powers Now it insists that a CA thus born cannot deliver a constitution acceptable to the people The likelihood of trials of Maoist cadres and leaders for human rights violation has given a new dimension to their fear-driven move for unity In fact as prime minister Bhattarai had forwarded a bill to the president with the provision of a blanket “general amnesty” that is still pending following objections raised by the international community After the integration of Maoist combatants into the army and society with a substantial financial package and the surrender of arms under UN supervision Maoist leaders feel betrayed by the stance of other parties Meanwhile the chairman of the CA and the government are under pressure to sign the ICC Rome Statute that will lead to mass trials for human rights cases While Speaker Subhash Nembang is a lobbyist himself in favour of Nepal signing the Rome Statute the government appears indifferent The Maoists are already jittery and isolated The pro-Rome Statute group enjoys strong external backing as well All that the Maoists may concede is a toothless TRC that can investigate cases involving both the state and Maoists but on the understanding that “none from our side” will be punished All of these bear upon the constitution-making process Without a real negotiation or reconciliation among all forces the old promises and new deadlines will carry no meaning Besides that exercise has not even begun [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News

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