Oli, Dahal for early conclusion of party unity

Oli Dahal file photo

Kathmandu, Jan 28 – The CPN (UML) and the CPN (Maoist Center) have agreed to reach the party unification process to a conclusion at the earliest. A meeting between CPN (UML) Chair KP Sharma Oli and CPN (MC) Chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal took place in Lalitpur Sunday ended with this agreement.
The meeting between the heads of two leftist political parties decided to focus on making the approaching National Assembly (NA) election slated for February 7 successful.
Besides, both chairpersons expressed their readiness to finalise the issues concerning chief ministers of provinces on the basis of a report to be prepared by a joint taskforce (of both political parties). The meeting lasted for five hours.
Sharing information about the meeting, Chairman Dahal’s press coordinator Manohari Timilsina said the discussion centered on making the NA election successful. No conclusion was made about formation of new government and unity between the parties despite long discussion, he added, saying that both of them agreed to reach the talks on party unity to a logical conclusion.
The meeting was for further homework to conclude the discussion on unity. For this, common viewpoint on organizational and ideological issues would be made.
The parties have tentatively agreed to allocate chief ministers- four to UML and two to the Maoist Centre. However, the leaders have not shared anything formally about it.


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