||At present all Nepalese desire peace, democracy, prosperity ,social progress
and independent and sovereign Nepal. To achieve this goal, we fully agree
that the autocratic monarchy is the main obstacle. We are in clear agreement
that peace and prosperity of the country is quite impossible without ending
autocracy and establishing absolute democracy. Hence, all anti-regressive
forces have come to an agreement to focus their attack against the autocratic
monarchy independently, and bring it to an end by intensifying the ongoing
democratic movement across the country.
||The seven party alliance is fully convinced that sovereignty and executive
right of the people can be reestablished through the reinstatement of parliament
(on the basis of people's government); formation of all-party government
with full executive power; talks with the Maoists and election to the constituent
assembly. Whereas CPN-M believes that people's sovereignty can be established
through formation of an interim government formed after a national conference
of agitating democratic forces, which will oversee the election to the
constituent assembly [This is the only point of divergence, so to speak,
between the seven-party alliance and the rebels]. Both of us agree to continue
negotiation and dialogue to reach common agreement in these procedural
issues. However, we have agreed that people's movement is the only way
to attain our agreed goals.
||The nation has demanded constructive end of the present armed conflict
and establishment of lasting peace. Thus, we are fully committed to end
autocratic monarchy and establish lasting peace through election to constituent
assembly. In this regard, the CPN-M expresses its commitment to move into
new peaceful political line. After bringing the autocratic monarchy to
an end, we have agreed that the arms of both the Royal Nepalese Army and
the Maoists will be supervised by the United Nations of a dependable international
body to ensure free and fair election to the constituent assembly. Both
parties have also agreed to accept the results of the elections. We also
expect an involvement of a credible international community in the dialogue
||CPN-M has expressed firm commitment to acceptance of competitive multiparty
system, fundamental rights of the people, human rights, and rule of law
and democratic principles and values and to act accordingly.
||CPN-M has agreed to create conducive atmosphere to allow all leaders and
cadres affiliated to other democratic forces and common people, who were
displaced from home during the conflict, to return to their respective
places with full respect. The Maoists have also agreed to return the houses
and physical properties of people and party cadres seized unjustifiably.
People will be allowed to take part in political activities without any
||CPN-M has also agreed to criticize itself for its past mistakes and has
expressed commitment not to repeat them in future.
||Parties will introspect on their past mistakes and they have expressed
commitment not to repeat such mistakes in future.
||During the peace process human rights of principles and freedom of press
will be fully respected.
||The municipal and parliamentary polls which have been pushed forward with
the malicious intention of deceiving people and the international community,
and to legitimize the King's autocratic and unconstitutional rule will
be boycotted and made unsuccessful.
||People's, representatives of people and political parties are the real
bulwark of nationalism. We are committed to protecting our independence,
national unity and sovereignty, and safeguarding geographical integrity.
It is our responsibility to maintain cordial relationship with all nations
in the world especially with our neighbors, India and China based on the
principle of peaceful co-existence. We appeal to all patriotic Nepalis
to be wary of the Mandale brand of nationalism preached by the monarch
and his sycophants to protect their rule and interest. We also appeal to
the Nepali people and international community to provide help to our Loktantrik
||We also appeal to all people, civil society members, professional communities,
various sister organizations, journalists and intellectuals to participate
actively in the people's peaceful movement launched under the common agreement
based on democracy, peace, prosperity, social transformation, and the nation's
|| The parties and Maoists have also agreed to probe into past incidents
and take action against the guilty. In future, if any problem occurs among
political parties, the concerned high-level leaders shall discuss and settle
the issues amicably through dialogue.