Kathmandu, Nov 1: Nepal Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala has said the current political deadlock in the Himalayan nation will end soon.
Refering to the present political deadlock, he said the ''peace process has come very far and will succeed.'' Maoists have presented two proposals in the Parliament demanding the declaration of republic and introduction proportionate election system. However, the Nepali Congress party has opposed the idea saying that the republic will be declared only through the election of constituent assembly.
Meanwhile, leaders of seven parties are holding discussion to resolve the dispute among the parties and come to a consensus.
Indian Ambassador to Nepal Shiv Shankar Mukherjee had met Mr Koirala and Maoists leaders Prachand and Baburam Bhattarai yesterday.
The meeting of the parliament will decide about the Maoists proposal today.