Stories By 'TIKA R PRADHAN'
It was supposed to be a historic day. But it turned out to be a day of a missed deadline and a day new promises were made for yet another deadline.The CPN-UML and the CPN (Maoist Centre) had decided that the day marking the birth anniversary of the Soviet leader Lenin and the establishment of Nepal’s first communist party would also be the time for Nepal’s two largest communist parties to come together.
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Left alliance leaders have claimed that the unification talks remain positive even as chairmen of the CPN-UML and the CPN (Maoist Centre) on Friday failed to find consensus on outstanding issues.
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The unification of the two left parties has hit a major hurdle after CPN (Maoist Centre)Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal questioned the modality of the convention and sought clarity on the further processes.
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The National Integrity Policy-2074 proposes barring members of federal and provincial parliaments, office bearers and members of local governments from other jobs and businesses after assuming office.
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With both the left parties adamant on their stances, the planned unification between the CPN-UML and the CPN (Maoist Centre) next week seems difficult to materialise.
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The proposed National Integrity Policy, one of whose aims is to rein in non-government organisations and international NGOs working in Nepal, has drawn flak from various stakeholders.
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