Kathmandu, February 23
The CPN-UML has decided not to organise any conventions of its lower committees and sister organisations so as to facilitate the ongoing preparations for the unification between it and the CPN-Maoist Centre.
A Standing Committee meeting of the party held at the Prime Minister’s residence in Baluwatar made the decision.
The party’s Publicity Department Chief Yogesh Bhattarai says all conventions and procedures to elect leadership have been put on hold as all structures of the party have to be changed into ad hoc committees after the unification with the Maoist Centre.
However, other internal activities including membership distribution and cancellation, meetings and training programmes will continue, according to him.
Meanwhile, the meeting also endorsed a seven-point agreement signed with the Maoist Centre for unification.
Published on February 23rd, Friday, 2018 2:58 PM
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