What Nepal can learn from Australia?
By: Shiva Neupane
Last year Mohan Shrestha a chief publicity Department and Deputy Spokesperson, Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) Jetted off to Australia. Mr. Shrestha came to Australia by representing Rastriya Prajatantra Party to participate in the Asia Pacific Democratic Union Campaign Seminar at Canberra hosted by The Liberal party of Australia. In the seminar the democratic parties of various countries have asserted their point of views about what does it mean to subscribe the democratic norms and principles for attaching importance to Human values and dignity in the global prospective.
The democratic party of Nepal Rastriya Prajatantra Party is a member of Asia Pacific Democratic Union like other democratic parties from various nations.
Mr. Mohan Shrestha had exchanged his views with the Australian leaders in terms of how the Democratic Party has been functioning in Nepal.
The flowing is the short synopsis of interview taken by our Melbourne Correspondent Mr. Shiva Neupane with Mohan Shrestha a chief publicity Department and Deputy Spokesperson, Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) during his visit to Australia.
1. Could you please tell us something about Asia Pacific Democratic Union seminar Campaign?
Well, this is a common platform for the aspiring democracies of Asia Pacific regions. We were in this seminar to tailor our democratic views and principles with other democratic parties from across the Asia Pacific regions.
2. What Nepal can learn from Australia?
It is very important question. Honestly Nepal can learn so many subtle developmental activities that we have been witnessing coming out in this nation Australia. The most important thing that we can learn is developmental modality that this country is well aware of and the rule of law. And lastly, the well-disciplined citizens who have worked strenuously and industriously to bring her Australia in the forefront of global competition
3. What is the imperative of such seminar in the global prospective?
Well, this question is really grandiloquent in so many ways. When it comes to talk about the significance aspects of such seminar it is vital to keep in mind that the international engagement of aforementioned sort is the hope of harbinger for all the growing democracies across the Asia Pacific regions. We do share our democratic values and principles by which we can assure our civil society to act with a great deal of ethical standards. And in the same way, we can ensure the government political trajectory is heading in the right direction which eventually benefits the whole society, country and the people.
Shiva Neupane: is the author of “In the Pursuit of Utopian Life in Australia”, Falang English Dictionary, My Waves, The Elixir of my voice, and Falang Food Dictionary. His articles have been appeared in the mainstream Newspaper of Australia “The Age” and The National daily of Nepal “The Himalayan Times”
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