KATHMANDU: The central committee meeting of the Communist Party of Nepal (United Marxist) held from June 9 through 12 has stated that the dissolution of the Constituent Assembly in a conspiratorial manner has harmed the country’s reputation in the international arena.
The meeting was held at the party’s central office at Koteshwar and presided over by central president Lok Narayan Subedi.
Alleging that instead of holding deep and extensive discussions on very important topics of the constitution, especially on the topics of federalism and state restructuring, and arriving at a common viewpoint and consensus on those issues by keeping at the centre the long term interests of the people and the nation, the major political parties used these as a means to foment ethnic discord and disturb the communal harmony.
On the one hand it is being proved that the constitution could not be written due to these highly controversial issues while on the other this has badly disturbed the fabric of goodwill and harmony existing in the Nepali society, the CPN (United Marxist) stated.
The meeting called on the Nepali people not to be swayed by the instigations of the elements that want to pit one community against the other and continue the feudalist, neo-feudalist and imperialist exploitation.
It stressed on the need of moving ahead on the true and scientific path of national unity and protection of the sovereign integrity of the Nepali nation by forging even deeper unity than ever before.
Party office-bearers including general secretary Bhim Prasad Sedhai, chief of the central secretariat Sharan Bikram Malla, politburo members Bhim Kumar Bantawa and Ram Dular Mahato, and central committee members Sita Subedi and Bijaya Raj Gautam attended the meeting. RSS
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