Tag: UML-Maoist merger

NCP’s youth wing to wrap up unification Friday

Kathmandu, September 12 The ruling Nepal Communist Party is wrapping up the unification of two youth organisations affiliated to then CPN-UML and CPN-Maoist Centre on Friday. Whereas the two parties merged to form the NCP over one year ago, most of their sister organisations are yet to unify. The unified party had directed its youth […]

These are seven issues that irked NCP’s Madhav Kumar Nepal

Kathmandu, September 21 Former prime minister Madhav Kumar Nepal has landed the ruling Nepal Communist Party in serious trouble again as he submitted a seven-point note of dissent over decisions of the party’s recent secretariat meeting. For many, this dissatisfaction of the veteran leader originates in the decision to demote him from the third rank […]

NCP Province 2 chair quits

Kathmandu, August 20 Ruling Nepal Communist Party’s Province 2 committee chairman Prabhu Sah has resigned from the position expressing dissatisfaction with the party’s central leadership. Sah met the party’s chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and tendered his resignation. It has been learned that Sah cited the lack of cooperation to his plans from the central leadership […]

From the Kathmandu Press: Wednesday, July 31, 2019

There are a host of issues that have made headlines on the front pages of major Nepali and English broadsheet dailies on Wednesday. Whereas some newspapers give priority to scheduled foreign trip of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, most news reports deal with other contemporary political issues. A Supreme Court order in relation to the […]

NCP leaders agree on shares of UML, Maoist sides in departmental leadership

Kathmandu, July 17 One year and two months after the announcement of the merger of CPN-UML and CPN-Maoist Centre to form the Nepal Communist Party, the leaders have claimed that they forged an agreement to divide leadership positions of party departments. Among 32 departments in the party’s central structures, the UML side will lead 18 […]

From the Kathmandu Press: Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Nepal Communist Party completing its merger has been featured in most newspapers along with news of the Supreme Court asking the government to continue testing vegetables and fruits for pesticides. The fourth five-year plan being launched in the Supreme Court has also made it to the front pages of a few national dailies. Here’s a […]