June 17, 2012Dear colleague
As a student of law and a person believing in rule of law I couldn’t disagree more with you with regards to need of constitution. Besides, it is also incorrect to say that Nepal is running without a constitution for over 4 years. Because, things are happening under Interim Constitution.
I take you statement regarding simplest way to run as sarcasm which succeeded to make me smile :-)
With best regards,
Ratna Sansar Shrestha, FCA
Senior Water Resource Analyst
From: Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2012 15:45
To: Ratna Sansar Shrestha
Subject: Re: संबिधानसभा बिघटनमा चांदीको घेरा
As a lay man, I do not think we need any New constitution, now. It is proved from the fact that Nepal is running without New constitution for over 4 years. The simplest way is to run a government by all the parties for every six months alternately. When all parties are happy Nepalese people will not say anything, being a prey. These parties will bite the prey piece by piece alternately raising fuel price every fifteen days and increasing load shedding every month. These are two major sources of income of the parties to live on. I do not understand why Oil Corp is needed when it goes in loss in spite of increase of fuel price so frequently. Surprising part is that even if the international price goes down to less than US $ 50, fuel price in Nepal increases every now and then.
Next point, there should be competition of all the parties who can accumulate more people in Ratna Park is to declare big party. This will save immense amount of money to Nepal avoiding election process. All such saving can be utilized by the parties leading poor Nepalese people poorer and poorer. When people are poor they can not raise any voice against any party. They can rule the country, alternately as said above to enjoy with Land cruiser cars and big houses with many ropenies of gardens by the 'current' ministers and 'ex ministers'. The Ranas ruled for 104 years, they can rule 1004 years and more.
What do you think?
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