Nepal's political leaders, arrested or confined to their homes since &to=http:// english.pravda.ru/main/2001/06/03/6760.html ' target=_blank>King Gyanendra dismissed the Deuba government and took over all powers, could be released soon, local newspapers reported Saturday.
But sources said even as Gurung announced the move, the authorities were continuing to round up political activists, reports New Kerala.
According to the BBC News, the daily newspaper, quoting a "highly placed security source", said some of the arrested leaders might be released. But they would first have to promise not to pose a "threat" to the security situation.
Detention orders have been handed over for dozens of senior politicians, says the government.
King Gyanendra declared a &to=http:// english.pravda.ru/main/2003/01/14/41966.html' target=_blank>state of emergency and imposed media censorship when he sacked the government on Tuesday.
After the incident with the shootdown of the Ilyushin Il-20 reconnaissance aircraft over the Mediterranean Sea, Russia will supply an S-300 anti-aircraft missile system to Syria
Indeed, how dare they run US-independent policy? They should have followed the example of the European Union that turned independent states of the Old World into US-ditto entities