Nepal's top leaders meet to try reaching agreement

– AP
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Top leaders of Nepal's main political parties are camped at a resort south of the capital in an attempt to reach agreement on a new constitution.

Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai along with leaders of his Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), Nepali Congress, Communist Party of Nepal (United Marxist—Leninist) and United Democratic Madhesi Front have been meeting since Sunday afternoon at the resort located 10 kilometers south of Kathmandu. They are meeting to try and reach an agreement on the country's new constitution, which has been delayed for years due to differences among the political parties.– AP



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