Nepal has more general problems than we people have ever imagined. Politics is not the real problem in my opinion. This is an imaginary problem which gets solved once all the political parties declare that there is no problem among them! The other real problems are many.
The unplanned urbanization, uncontrolled use of pesticides, pollution, deforestation, scattered settlement of people, subsistence way of people's life, poverty, unemployment, and illiteracy are some of the major problems which revolve around people's lifestyles. These are difficult to change and address because they are multi-faceted. For example, to lead a good quality of life one needs to have the knowledge and education first, then a willpower and courage to execute, and then the economic resources to support the ideal lifestyle, and finally the consistent motivation to persist the change. All these are difficult and cannot be done overnight.