Kathmandu, June 16 : With continued hope to end the current political deadlock through dialogue and consensus, the leaders of the top three Nepal parties have resumed their discussions this morning.
According to Nepalnews, after failing to find the points of consensus, the tri-party task force had forwarded the matter to top level for discussion.
With the deadline that parties had given to reach an agreement approaching, the top three parties have intensified intra-party discussions.
The parties have said they would find a way out by Wednesday, the day the Constituent Assembly (CA) would meet for the fourth time.
The parties failed to reach consensus on issues of integration between the Nepal Army and People's Liberation Army, formation of Constitutional and Security Councils and the election of a president.