A presentation by GöNeS:
As a matter of pride, Goettingen Nepalese Society (GöNeS) is going to organise a talk programme about the role of nepalese people living outside the country in drafting the "New Constitution of FDR Nepal."
As Nepal is going to promulgate new constitution within 2 years, the whole country and her people are debating about the upcoming constitution. The constitution is going to restructure Nepal in many aspects, this is really going to be vital for the peace, prosperity and integrity of the country. We had very democratic consitution in the past, but there was many shortcoming such as about the Federalism of the country and such other. Therefore, nation is going to catch up the positive motives of former constitution and set up many other new aspects via. this constitution. The major one is the establishment of several autonomous federal state, their power and relationship with central government etc are going to most debatable issues in coming constitution. (photo: our former consititution)
On this juncture of transformation, the roles and responsibilities of intellectuals and resourceful nepalese people living outside is very important. To find out the concrete wayout about how we can contribute in the process of transforming Nepal by making most democratic and inclusive "Constitution of Nepal", Goettingeli Nepalese Samaj is going to organise a talk programme tomorrow. The topic of presntation is "Role of Nepalese Diaspora in Constitution Building of Nepal". And the key speaker is Netra Bhandari. After presentation, the lively discussion will be held. The outcome of presentation would be shared with all the people via appropriate means. All the people, members of GöNeS and country lovers are invited. Our Nepalese and other friends from Hannover, Kassel, Witzenhaussen, Hamburg and Bremen are also expected to participate!
The venue of organisation is
C/o Dr. Ajaya Jang Kunwar,
Kreuzbergring 46, Goettingen.
Time: 16:00 pm
Everybody is praising the efforts of GöNeS to benefit the nation at the utmost of its capacity.