Kathmandu, March 1
CPN-Maoist Centre spokesperson Pambha Bhusal says the difference in organisational structure between her party and the CPN-Maoist Centre including different sizes of existing central committees will not be a challenge in the unification they are pursuing for.
In an interview with Onlinekhabar, Bhusal, also a member of a joint task force that is preparing the interim statute of the unified party, says the task force will first decide the size of central committee of the unified party before leaders will discuss the proposal within their parties and endorse it.
“It will not be any issue. We are flexible about the number as our size has been varying in different phases.”
On the other hand, there will be seven provincial committees in the unified party and they will have many rights almost equal to that of the central committee; therefore, management of leaders will not be any challenge, according to her.
Published on March 1st, Thursday, 2018 4:38 PM
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