KATHMANDU:- Chairperson of the CPN (Unified Socialist), Madhav Kumar Nepal, has said that the government would get a full shape within a week.
Inaugurating the party’s central office at Minbhawan today, Chair Nepal shared that discussion was underway in the MCC’s reply to the questions raised by Nepal regarding Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC).
The country would move ahead as per the Non-Aligned Foreign Policy as it has been moving ahead following the Panchsheel (the five Principles of peaceful co-existence), he opined.
The CPN (Unified Socialist) Chair expressed the view, “We want to ensure Nepal’s sovereign right to own land and right to intellectual property.”
Stressing that there should be Nepali staffs and workers in the project, Chair Nepal said Nepal should not be under any military organisation and security umbrella and it should get to make its independent decision.
The CPN (Unified Socialist) has inaugurated its central office at Kathmandu Metropolitan City-31 to operate its daily administrative activities.
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