Sunday, June 1, 2008

In Nepal, the drawbacks of republican government have already started.

Nepal press slams Maoist's warning to media against criticism

KATHMANDU - Nepal's journalists on Saturday slammed Maoist leader Prachanda for warning the media against criticizing his party at a rally celebrating the nation's transformation from monarchy to republic.

He told journalists, and in particular Kantipur Publications, which publishes two leading news dailies, not to criticize the Maoists, the English-language Kathmandu Post reported.

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We can hope.

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