No-Mandate: Nepal is under “Political Slavery of ½ dozen “Political Guys”!

March 6, 2007 at 6:58 am 1 comment

No-Mandate: Nepal is under “Political Slavery of ½ dozen “Political Guys”! 

“Pushkar Karna”

I was forced myself to write something about the public mandate and ongoing political malpractices in Nepal to address a response of an Intellectual person who was asking about the question of Public Mandate and ongoing political decision tendency. The question of mandate raised and it came into massive discussion now, whether the decided and agreed issues are legal or illegal, legitimate or illegitimate. It is really significant and understandable. Now, no doubt that, our so-called leaders have been going to fulfill all the legitimate, illegitimate, legal, personal, or illegal demands and whatever they want, who are able to make serious violent or present destructive incidents. e.g. Maoist are nominated MPs without public nomination, they are allow for carry weapons and arms, arms holder bodyguard, seizing private properties, arrest people, torture people, arm guarding, arm  patrolling etc openly. Maoists are a major example of this in Nepalese contexts as he presented in his article concerning the violent group and easiness to achieve the all goal. I understood it is due to worst performance, failure leadership of our existing leaders and also due to a failure diplomacy of international community. I have a feeling that International communities are also totally failed in term of arm management or the issues of mainstreaming of violent /terror group into state mainstream.

He illustrated right, practical and academic meaning of democracy, which could be applied in human world only. I trust and researched proved that it cannot be applicable where polity works inhumanly and unethically by few political dictators on the basis of their individual and ethnic biasness/selfishness. It is measured as a limitation of democracy. Accordingly, there is no way to implement and apply the true values and norms of democracy in present dictatory political context of Nepal .

Concerning the Mandate, I have special reservation, either, I would not understand the meaning of Public Mandate or the true mandate are still not defined in Nepalese perspective. I think public mandate is defined through election, or some public convention or referendum or plebiscite or something like that. Nevertheless, in Nepal , I don’t see such means or practices has been used to receive public mandate for New Nepal. Further, it is essential to add that, in every Aandolan, Nepal bandh, or in strike, or in SABHA, Sammelan, it seems similar number of mass so how can we identify, who wants what? and what is their mandate or how to understand their mandate one the basis of simply they presence as audience or  participated forcedly in such programs?

I have been observing the individual interpretation of public mandate in their own favor. NC, RPP, UML, Maoist and other have their own definition and interpretation about the public mandate so how can we normal people understand: what is the public mandate? Shall we believe on such failure and selfish leaders who changed their form in second? Or shall we believe to the normal public who are still waiting to cast their mandate or waiting to express their choices?

I wrote in an issue of Secularism too , I am not in the favor or disfavor of Secularism or Hindusam. However, I would say that it is not justice that few Individuals’ representative who even still unaware about the parliamentary and political norms, they must not have right to do such vital decision. They have forgotten their limitation that they are just so called Interim individual representative nothing more; interim means Pro tem, they are neither public representative nor true political representative, they are a simply individual and pocket representatives of few guys, which does not consider as parliamentarians or public representatives in real politics. Therefore, I did not see any legitimacy and legal background on-such decision concerning the secularism or any sensitive decision, but normal Nepalese are forced to respect their all illegal, illegitimate decision or biased agreement and more, simply because we all are political slave of less than 1/2 dozen crook political guys.

Concerning the federalism, I do not know what is good or bad or suitable model until specific legitimate research presented through public consent with detail in our context or scientifically proved and publicly accepted that this or that model is good for public and national health, but it should discusses locally and publicly through systematic channel or legitimate means.

Simply any specific structure should not be valid and applied by approaching the few visionary expired, mentally retired and ethically poor political guys; neither we should forced to accept or reject something on the basis of their malicious ideas and vision. They should not have right to define the national structure, fundamental national’s matter, or model of overall administrative system or the fate of Nepalese in the mane of their biased selfish interpretation of public mandate. They must ask to the Nepalese peoples through proper democratic approaches.

However, I would say and strongly advocate that the raised issue of Madhesi, indigenous peoples should not be ignored and shadowed. The issues of social inclusion, proportional representation, self-determination, cultural representations, developmental autonomy, ethnic and religious respect, scientific income redistribution, equality and equity are most essential mainly to the deprived group or community and non-mainstreamed ethnic groups and region. It must be adjusted in any model and should be assured through constitution and in all state mechanism. It does not a matter what word or form we use the names e.g. federalism, centralism, communalism, regionalism or whatever but the mentioned points should be addressed perfectly and practically at any condition otherwise peace will be a dream and continuous violent will be the fate and days of Nepalese in future too. Thank you.

Please send me your health comment and suggestion I am looking forward to you. Thank you.

Sincerely yours’

Pushkar Karna


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  • 1. Umesh  |  March 6, 2007 at 8:15 am

    I am outside from Nepal but I am trying to understand all the movement of Nepal from January. I was happy to read your article. This article helps people to reality of Nepal. People know the drama of all politicians. This is good time to talk and discuss about it in all level. Keep it up.

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