Restructuring Nepal from Newar Perspective: Unfaily demarcated 14 states must not be a Hobson’s choice

What necessitates a country’s governance system to restructure may vary depending on individual cases. Many developing countries after civil war or ethnic conflict tend to seek changes against the existing governance systems. But taking up cases of Cambodia and South Africa for examples, both countries after decades old conflicts that led to civil war have managed to settle the problems with the existing system of governance by rectifying the past ills and errors. Nepal, needing the change of governance system and after Maoist insurgency and military atrocities, held election for Constitutional Assembly (CA) in April 2007, has so far seen three governments collapsed without concluding the peace process and drafting of the New Constitution, despite the people elected them for those two important purposes. Full Article

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