Protesters take part in a general strike demanding that autonomous regions based on ethnicity be drafted into the new constitution. Photo taken in Kathmandu, Nepal on August 23, 2015. (REUTERS/NAVESH CHITRAKAR)
August 31, 2015
In Nepal, citizens are fed up with politicians' inability to finalise their country's constitution, a process which has been ongoing since 2008. Many of Nepal's minority groups want their own states, citizenship, and simply to have their rights officially recognised. Why has it taken so long to develop a constitution, and what impact is the stalemate having on citizens? Join the conversation at 19:30 GMT.