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Not necessary to go for ‘early election’: Chair Nepal


KASKI:- Chairperson of the CPN (Unified Socialist), Madhav Kumar Nepal, has said that it was not necessary to go for election of the House of Representatives.
At a news conference organised by Gandaki Province Committee of the Federation of Nepali Journalists in Pokhara today, Chair Nepal stressed the need of holding election of local levels, provinces and federation at the same time.
He shared, “Why an early election? It is not necessary to go for early election. Discussion should be held whether or not early election can be held. Whether or not there are legal complexities. Discussion has not been held in five-party alliance in this regard. But I think election of three-tiers should be held at the same time.”
Also the former Prime Minister, Nepal laid emphasis on the need of holding the three-tier elections at the same time in order to cut back on election expenses and nation’s property.
Saying there was no immediate possibility of party unification with CPN (Maoist Centre), he argued that CPN (Unified Socialist) would be made strong and powerful till upcoming elections.
Chairperson Nepal said that they have not even imagined about returning back to CPN (UML), adding that those who are in the CPN (UML) have no future.
The CPN (Unified Socialist) would be established as the party of working class people and the party would move ahead joining hands with five-party alliance in upcoming elections, he mentioned.

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