Monday, 25th Sep 2017

Martin Chautari’s involvement in this research project is to influence government policy on Constituent Assembly (CA) process. It aims to strengthen the social contract between Nepali citizens and the state and also democracy and good governance in Nepal. MC is organizing discussions in capital and various districts to create and broaden inclusive spaces where people can participate to shape development and government policies and also for building accountability in the implementation of such policies. MC also carries out high quality research in CA process and has already published Policy Brief I (The Constituent Assembly Process), Policy Brief II (Update on Constituent Assembly), Policy Brief III (Constitutional Complexities and Transitional Planning), Policy Brief IV (Attendance and Participation in the Constituent Assembly) and Policy Brief V (Deadlines, Democracy and A Popular, Democratic Constitution).

Democracy and Governance