Monday, September 21, 2009

The Nepalese want their king back

Referendum sought to decide the fate of monarchy, Hindu state

Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal (RPP-N), the only party supporting monarchy in Nepal, has demanded referendum to decide the fate of Monarchy in the country.

In a memorandum submitted to Constituent Assembly Chairman Subash Nembang, the party has also demanded referendum whether to turn Nepal a secular state from the only Hindu state in the world.


Nepalese march in support of the monarchy

Hundreds of supporters of the former royal family took to the streets of Kathmandu on Friday to protest the abolition of the monarchy. One year ago Nepal’s Maoist government legislated to abolish the world’s last Hindu monarchy. This turned the country into a secular republic. The protesters are angry that the people did not get a say in the decision and are demanding a formal referendum on the subject. They carried a huge petition which they claimed was signed by more than two million people.


RPP-N demands referendum on monarchy and Hindu state

Rastriya Prajatantra Party Nepal (RPP-N) has submitted a memorandum to Constituent Assembly (CA) chairman Subash Chandra Nemwang demanding a referendum on the fate of monarchy and whether Nepal should be a Hindu state with signatures it collected from various people in the country during a month-long campaign, Friday.

1 comment:

ZAROVE said...

LET us hope and pray that the King is restored.