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UCPN Maoist dissolves existing committees, general convention by Jan


KATHMANDU: The seventh Extended Meeting of the Unified CPN (Maoist) wrapped up today with the adoption of an 11-point Contemporary Political Proposal. The meeting had started on July 17.

The political proposal endorsed by the meeting states that the party will organize its general convention in the month of Magh (coming December/January) and that the existing all committees of the party, including the Central Committee, the Politburo and the Standing Committee, would be dissolved and merged into a General Convention Organizing Committee.

Similarly, it is stated that all members in the party Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal’s Secretariat would be transferred to the Secretariat under the party Vice Chairman and Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai and vice-versa, to be effective from tomorrow.

It is also stated in the party’s contemporary political proposal that an audit commission would be constituted in the party to keep the party’s accounts up-to-date and flawless and arrangements would be made for providing money to the party cadres and leaders through this commission.

The extended meeting decided that all the physical assets owned by the party leaders would be handed over to the party centre and the goods and property that is required by them would be given in an institutional manner. Proper audit would be kept of all the transactions.

In like manner, it is stated in the proposal that nominations to the General Convention Organizing Committee would be made from the women, Dalit, indigenous, nationalities, oppressed areas and classes on the basis of seniority.

The extended meeting also decided that the vehicle and other physical property being used by the party chairman Dahal under the facility provided him would be handed over to the party central office from today and that he would only take the general facility as given to the former prime ministers by the government. It also decided that party Chairman Dahal will only use a normal vehicle and not the luxury vehicle.

It also decided to transfer the leaders and cadres who have worked in remote areas to city areas and areas considered more accessible and vice-versa.

The meeting decided to revise the party statute and the code-of-conduct forthwith in preparation for the general convention and that the party central office would do the needful to that regard.

The proposal also states that a ‘Party School’ would be run to impart regular political and ideological orientation to the party cadres and leaders.

Writer Ghanashyam Dhakal, who was killed in a road accident while coming to take part in the mass meeting organized by the party on Fagun 1 last year, has been declared a martyr. The meeting has urged the government to set up a memorial foundation to his memory and to provide compensation to his family.

Noting that nationality was in peril, the meeting has passed a proposal calling for mobilizing the people immediately for protecting nationality.

Similarly, the meeting has called on the government to provide relief assistance to the families of the leaders and cadres who died in vehicular accidents in Sunawal and Krishnabhir while they were coming to participate in the extended meeting and free medical treatment to those injured.

Likewise, in the context of the public anger over the farmers facing shortage of fertilizers, the UCPN (Maoist) has decided that special initiative would be taken from the government side and all necessary steps taken to supply fertilizer to farmers as per their demands.

The party has also decided that it would work with full commitment to addressing the day-to-day problems faced by the people.

It is stated that appropriate measures would be taken to resolve all types of problems seen in the party.

The meeting urged the other political parties for consensus for making the election to a new Constituent Assembly declared for November 22 by the government successful.

The extended meeting has called on those party leaders and cadres who quit the party and formed a new party to return to the party fold. RSS

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