Kathmandu, Dec 10: Nepal Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala today said clear perspective and commitment on the part of the political parties was the key to end the political impasse in the country.
Speaking at a programme organised by the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) here, he said,''Negotiations are still continuing, but the problems persisted due to lack of clear vision among the parties. The impasse could be ended within a minute if the parties become clear in their vision.'' He said Constituent Assembly (CA) elections should be the agenda of the parties as it would resolve all the problems.
He also proposed a national-level conference of the major political parties to discuss their differences, Kantipuronline reported.
Meanwhile, the major factions of the Seven-Party Alliance (SPA) continued consultations in a bid to diffuse the political deadlock.
The top brass of CPN-UML and the Maoists held discussions at Maoist Chairman Prachanda's residence here and discussed ways to resolve the prevailing political impasse.