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Venezuela rarely figured in Nepal’s foreign policy, let alone the domestic political discourse But all of that changed last month after a co-chairman of the ruling party issued a strong statement on the country.
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Members of the fourth task force formed by the ruling Nepal Communist Party’s standing committee to finalise the remaining tasks of unification have contested the decision of the party’s secretariat on ‘dissolving’ the panel for failing to complete its tasks on time.
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The Nepal Communist Party (NCP) on Monday issued what it called the party’s “official position” on the political situation in Venezuela, which some party insiders say was completely unnecessary but that it had to come as an attempt to prevent further damage to its relationship with the United States.
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On January 25, the Nepal Communist Party (NCP) government ramrodded their National Medical Education (NME) bill through the din of chaos in Parliament.
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Nine months after the unification, the fourth task force formed to complete the task of unifying remaining structures of the two parties of the Nepal Communist Party, has failed to take decision due to factional disputes.
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A group of ruling party leaders told the Post that they were not sure whether Dahal had had prior discussions with Oli before issuing the statement, which is in line with the position China, Russia and a number of other countries have maintained on Venezuela, criticising the role of the US and its allies.
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