posted on Mar, 18 2005 @ 11:28 AM
Originally posted by worldwatcher
I don't know about that, the Maoists deserve a place in their country's government.
They're rebels, not candidates. The country used to have a popular assembly. They could've participated in that.
Gyanendra imo has taken this too far, instead of helping he is instigating more uprisings among his people.
The maoists are the ones who are
the uprising tho. If Gyanendra is 'unpopular' then so be it, he is still the King. He certianly can't be
to blame for the rebellion existing or be responsible for its actions. They are the ones most directly controlling their own rebellion, they are the
ones responsible for it.
the UN really needs to get involved and bring back some semblance of a government back into the mix.
The UN can't invade Nepal and force a peace government into existence, certainly not while the rebels are armed and killing people. The King
certainly came to power under unsual circumstances and would do well to restor the popular assembly. But the UN certianly has bigger issues that its
ignoring (darfur at the least), so why get invovled in nepal, and why especially get invovled and support the rebels that have created the emergency
in the first place\?