The four-hour long meeting of the party office bearers, convened ahead of the CC meet, failed to arrive at consensus on disputes over appointment to party’s central office bearers committee, standing commitment, politburo and CC meet.
Though the party central members reached the party headquarters in Parisdanda at around 11 the meeting kicked off only at 12 in the afternoon.
The top leaders could not make any headway against their differences over common names for the party’s general secretary and secretaries among others, the source said. The party leadership informed the cancelation of today’s meeting to the CC members, saying necessary homework is being done for the appointment in the party’s crucial posts.
UCPN-Maoist Chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal said the meeting delayed due to the ongoing homework for new appointments in the party committees.
The party is facing difficulty over appointments of party secretary and standing committee members. The dispute surfaced after the proposal to elevate party General Secretary Posta Bahadur Bogati to the post of Vice Chairman was resisted by other senior leaders.
Earlier on July 14, the meeting was put off till today to carry out groundwork on the reshuffle of party organizations.
In another incident, at a time when the 33-party alliance led by Mohan Baidya led CPN-Maoist opposing the elections of the constituent assembly with some parties opting to join the election fray, three smaller communist parties have agreed, in principle, to unite with the Mohan Baidya-led CPN-Maoist.
Matrika Yadav’s CPN (Maoist), Pari Thapa-led CPN (Unified) and Revolutionary Communist Party led by Mani Thapa (former Maoist leader) expressed their readiness for unification during a joint meeting of the four parties on Wednesday.
A statement issued after the meeting said that they would initiate discussion on political and ideological issues as part of the unification process.
Matrika had floated CPN (Maoist) after quitting the UCPN (Maoist) soon after being sacked from the cabinet in the wake of dispute surrounding his actions as Land Reform Minister while Thapa was expelled from the Maoist party during the insurgency.
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