KATHMANDU: One day after the High Level Political Committee (HLPC), the cross-party task-force of four major political parties formed to assist the Chief Justice led government, has decided to hold talks with CPN-Maoist to settle election related differences, Chairman of the party Mohan Baidya said that a round-table conference with the already set conditions is not acceptable to him and his party.
Speaking at a program in the Capital on Sunday, Baidya informed that his party wants a round-table conference without any pre-condition. Four major parties have been saying that the change of incumbent government and postponement of election date can’t be the agenda of the proposed talks with the Maoists.
The CPN-Maoist, however, has been stressing that their key agenda is to substitute the non-political interim government with a political one and hold election of the Constituent Assembly, thereby.
Meanwhile, the meeting of the UCPN-Maoist office-bearers, organization department, bureau in-charge and state committee coordinators scheduled to be held on Sunday has been postponed for Monday.
The meeting was postponed at the last moment. It was supposed to prepare for the central committee´s extended meeting scheduled to be held for coming July 19.
The meeting had to be postponed following a lack of agreement over the relinquishment of the post of Vice-chairman of the party by Dr Baburam Bhattarai. As Dr. Bhattarai could not agree to return back to his party portfolio, the part is mulling to make a special arrangement in connection with Dr Bhattarai. It is said that tomorrow’s meeting would decided the future role of Dr. Bhattarai in terms of party portfolio.
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