NCP chairs brief leaders on party statute
By A Staff Reporter
Kathmandu, June 23: The secretariat meeting of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) held on Saturday concluded without making any decision.
In today’s meeting held at Prime Minister’s official residence at Baluwatar, two chairmen of NCP Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal had briefed about the preparation of political document of the party, Bishnu Poudel told journalists while exiting from the meeting.
“The secretariat meeting had given responsibility to two chairmen to prepare the political document of the party,” he said. The two chairmen briefed the secretariat regarding the progress on writing of the political document,” he said.
The political document will finalise the guiding principle of the unified party after the unification of former CPN UML and Maoist Centre.
Poudel said that today’s meeting could not make any progress in selecting in-charge and co-in-charge in party district committees due to lack of time.
He said that the leaders had agreed to finalise all the issues regarding the party unification earliest.
The NCP secretariat meetings were held for some rounds before the Europe visit of the Prime Minister and party chairman to finalise the unification process. These meetings have however failed to produce any concrete result so far.
It is learnt that the selection of in-charge and sub-in-charge of party district committees have been thorny issues to the NCP due to differences between Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal on standard and dual responsibility of party leaders.
The party has yet to finalise the district leadership, unification of international committees, and formation of politburo of the unified party, among others.
Although the NCP had finalised its 441-member central committee on May 22, 2018, it has not yet finalised the work division of its central committee members.
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