The Nepali government has started homework on the code of conduct for upcoming peace talks with the anti-government guerrillas, Deputy Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli said.
Speaking at a program organized by the Federation of Nepalese Journalists here Saturday, Oli said the guerrillas already sent a draft of the code of conduct from their side and the government will also complete preparations on this.
"We have received the code of conduct from the parties and the government will also bring out a set of code of conduct," he said, adding that the talks will soon begin.
The government is fully committed to hold election to the constituent assembly at the earliest, the deputy prime minister said.
Speaking at the same program, Home Minister Krishna Sitaula said the focus of the government and the seven-party alliance is to create an environment whereby Nepali people do not have to give their blood in the fight for democracy.
Meanwhile, Minister for Physical Planning and Works Gopal Man Shrestha said that peace talks with the guerrillas will begin very soon.