1. Socialist, Communist or Capitalist?

We are Progressive Capitalists. Traditional capitalist do not want to change from their core principle but progressive capitalist accept the new changes in the society and formulate new principle to address the issue. We believe that citizens are the owner of their own property and government collect tax to protect them and their property.

2. How Hamro Party will reduce poverty?

Our government will focus mainly on security, education, transportation and electricity as a key factor for development and will encourage citizens for entrepreneurship. We believe that only the entrepreneur can generate jobs which eventually help in reducing poverty. Governments job would be to provide the basic infrastructure only. We will help the entrepreneur by simplifying tax and industry policy.

3. How will Hamro Party reduce corruption?

The main reason behind the corruption is poverty, illiteracy, complicated legal procedures and no independent body to investigate corruption (Lokpal). Hamro Party will amend the constitution to introduce strong Lokpal bill with strong punishment for corrupt officials. All government institutions will be made active and transparent.

4. How will Hamro Party remove illiteracy?

We believe that each and every child should get free education till class 12. We will first determine the fund to educate one student per year and then invite entrepreneurs to collect available funds to setup and run their own schools called “Charter Schools”. Charter schools will be private schools but students will study for free. This approach would be more economic than traditional government schools. In this way entrepreneurship will be started in the education sector all over the country. The government will slowly handover the schools to private entrepreneurs leading to a situation where there will be only private and chartered schools.

5. How Hamro Party reduce unemployment?

Hamro party will take the following steps to curb unemployment:

a. Encourage entrepreneurship and internal and external investment.
b. Create jobs by investing in infra-structure development projects.
c. Develop the existing manpower to highly skilled workforce by providing needed training.