Press has major role in finalizing peace process, constitution writing: PM

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Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said that the press had a major role in finalizing the peace process and constitution writing.

Talking with the delegates of the Press Council from India, Bangladesh and Cyprus, at his official residence, Baluwatar today, Dahal said that press was a foundation of democracy and good governance.

He added that the government was committed to ensure the freedom of the press. Dahal further said that the 21st century was the era of information and communication, adding that it has brought immense change in the world.

Press Council Nepal chairman Borna Bahadur Karki and representatives of the Federation of Nepali Journalists were present on the occasion. RSS

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