Write on Thursday, 22 January 2015 Published in Regional
Nepalese constituent assembly members scuffle with security officers at parliament in Kathmandu on 20 January 2015. Fighting broke out in Nepal's parliament 20 January, with Maoist lawmakers throwing chairs and injuring four security officers, as tensions ran high ahead of a deadline to complete a new national constitution. Photo: EPA/STR
Nepalese constituent assembly members scuffle with security officers at parliament in Kathmandu on 20 January 2015. Fighting broke out in Nepal's parliament 20 January, with Maoist lawmakers throwing chairs and injuring four security officers, as tensions ran high ahead of a deadline to complete a new national constitution. Photo: EPA/STR

KATHMANDU (AFP) - Nepal's leaders will meet January 22 in a last-ditch effort to agree on a constitution before a midnight deadline, as public frustration over the slow pace of progress deepens.