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Nepal’s isolated King Gyanendra has missed a deadline to answer questions by an inquiry panel on this year’s crackdown on pro-democracy protests in which at least 22 people were killed, a committee member said on Thursday.

A powerful panel, set up by Nepal’s multi-party government, sent questions to the monarch last week, asking him what he knew about the bloody crackdown on anti-king activists in April and gave him until Wednesday to answer.

Currently, the Maoists and Coalition Government are engaged in negotiations over the future of the king, his power, arms control, elections, a constitution, and the creation of a new government in Nepal. Throughout the streets and fields of Nepal there is peace, but it is an uneasy, uncertain peace

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