On the occasion, the two sides exchanged views on how to move ahead by allocating equal opportunities to all in the society in the period following the termination of conflict.
Speaker Gharti, apprising the delegation about salient features of Nepal’s constitution, said Nepal has already found the path for development and prosperity by successfully facing the tough situation.
In response, the Mauritius former President said Nepal has made a big stride regarding the establishment of women’s rights and praised Nepal for such achievement. “The developed countries in the world have not been able to guarantee women’s rights to the level of Nepal and results are enough to conclude that such countries are yet to acknowledge some of the women rights.”
The Club, an alliance of former heads of state and government, is working in cooperation with other bodies to bring world’s minorities and excluded communities to the mainstream of development.
On the occasion, the team informed the Speaker that it was keen to share its experiences about how to address concerns of conflict-affected communities and work in collaboration with Nepal toward that end.
Nepal made tremendous efforts in course of taking the peace process to a conclusion and has now found a smooth path for moving forward, the Speaker said. RSS