How do we build a peaceful, prosperous democratic Nepal (within our lifetime)?
What kind of state should Nepal become? A Capitalist State? A Socialist State? or will it be a Communist State? For the past few decades, Nepali politics has revolved around over answering this one ideological question. In the 21st century, Nepali politics has got to get out of this singular obsession over conceptualizing an ‘ideal state’ and start focusing upon actually “delivering” a prosperous Nepali democracy. नेपालीमा पढ्नुहोस् To ‘deliver’ a prosperous, democratic Nepal, we have to be courageous enough to bring a paradigm shift in Nepali politics and the way it delivers. For this to happen, we have to pragmatically transform not just the state, but also our citizens, our society and our government. If we assume a state to be the roof of a nation, then its foundations, walls and pathways inside are the citizens, society and the government . If we do not build these strong, the house will soon collapse. Looking back at many of our political upheavals if there is one thing clear, it is that politics not only has to be new, it has to be distinctly different. That is why 21st century Nepali politics has to innovative its action, values, systems…
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