Stress given on following Code of Conduct
The leaders of civil society have stressed that non-government and government party must strictly follow the election code of conduct.
The leaders of civil society have expressed their views while speaking at the interaction program organized by INSEC at Dhadingbesi on March 21 .
Speaking at the program, Chairperson Damodar Acharya of NGO federation Dhading stressed that all NGOs must follow their Code of Conduct strictly.
Chairperson Nawa Raj Chatkuli of FNJ Dhading said that members of civil society must not come under political cover.
Meanwhile, the members of civil society have committed not to carry party’s flag and will be fair in an election. They further committed to conduct monitoring and observation during the election.
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