When Was 12 Point Agreement Signed In Nepal

The Comprehensive Peace Agreement (Nepali: विस्तृत शान्ति सम्झौता; abbreviated CPA) was signed on 21 November 2006 between the Government of Nepal and the United Communist Party of Nepal. [1] The text of the agreement shows the willingness of the democrats – parliamentarians and revolutionaries – to rethink their respective strategy in order to save the coordination achieved so far. Although it is difficult to predict all the implications of this agreement, the contradictory efforts are clearly reflected in the text. The reluctance of moderates to go beyond the constitutional monarchy is reflected in the criticism of the “autocratic monarchy” rather than the monarchy itself. On the other hand, the agreement also speaks of absolute democracy. Only time will determine where this Cartesian union of the spirits of “democracy” will lead.

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