‘Revolt’ issue hinders bid: Leaders

  • Maoist unification talks
- POST REPORT, Kathmandu

Apr 22, 2015-

CPN-Maoist has said that it has no differences with the UCPN (Maoist) on fundamental ideological and political lines but its stance on “New People’s Revolution” and constitution remains as hurdles in their unification efforts that started in March.

The Mohan Baidya-led party stands in favour of “New People’s Revolution” and is against “majoritarian constitution” while the UCPN (Maoist) gave up the agenda of “New People’s Rebellion” for socialist revolution during its Hetauda convention. The two parties have also formed a high-level committee, comprising their senior leaders for further talks. Leaders said fading popularity, weak organisation base and war era cases, among others, have pushed the parties to expedite unification process.


Published: 23-04-2015 08:47

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