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With split in UML and JSP, two groups apply for party registration


KATHMANDU:- Finally, the ruling CPN UML has split formally. With this, a team of leaders led by senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal reached the Election Commission and applied for party registration under the name- CPN UML (Socialist) on Wednesday.

EC Spokesperson Raj Kumar Shrestha informed that an application for new party CPN UML (Socialist) was registered at EC. The UML (Socialist) party has 22 federal lawmakers (HoR and National Assembly) and 58 central members, according to leader Rajendra Pasad Pande.

It has proposed a 95-member central committee under the chairmanship of senior leader Madhav Nepal. The party got the registration number 433.

Similarly, on Wednesday itself, another group of leaders has applied for the party registration under the name- People’s Socialist Party Nepal (Democratic). It came as new party after the existing Janata Samajbadi Party split formally.

The party has proposed a 24-member executive committee led by leader Mahantha Thakur. This party has 14 lawmakers and 14 central members.

The new party got the registration number 434.

Two new political parties were registered in the EC on the day the government brought the Political Party (2nd Amendment) Ordinance, 2078.

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