Friday, December 28, 2007

Kathmandu Farce to Be Continued

The Flag of KathmanduA motion in the interim Parliament of the Kingdom of Nepal to amend the interim Constitution of said kingdom to abolish the permanent monarchy has carried.

The amendment is to be ratified by the “Constituent Assembly,” and the interim Parliament can abolish the monarchy even before that if the monarchy interferes in the process.

What about abolishing Parliament if it does some overstepping? Of course, I almost forgot, the politicos in Parliament don't need checks, least not the Maoists.

The problem with political jokes is that they exercise power.

The chairman of a monarchy-friendly party has been interviewed.

Google News has links here, and here.

Reading assignments for those who think the latest developments are progress:

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