Is New Nepal Heading Toward [Maoist] People’s Republic?

By Conflict Study Center On August 21, 2008, the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), CPN (UML) and Madhesi Janadhikar Forum (MJF) agreed on the Common Minimum Program (CMP), Code of Conduct (CoC), Modus Operandi of the Government (MOG) and the formation of a Political Coordination Committee (PCC). The documents were signed by Prime Minister andContinue reading “Is New Nepal Heading Toward [Maoist] People’s Republic?”

Nepali Congress Preconditions

NC and UML have set preconditions for their support to a Maoist-led future government Central committee meetings of the second and third largest political parties in the newly constituted Constituent Assembly took the decision yesterday after days of deliberation on whether to join a Maoist-led coalition or remain outside. The preconditions: >Dissolution of the MaoistContinue reading “Nepali Congress Preconditions”

Nepal Update: Today's Political Developments

For the record: Maoists ask UML to reconsider pull-out from govt: A day after the CPN-UML, humiliated in the April 10 polls, pulled out of the government citing that the mandate was against them staying in the government, CPN Maoist chairman Prachanda met the UML’s Madhav Kumar Nepal, who resigned from the General Secretary afterContinue reading “Nepal Update: Today's Political Developments”

Humiliated By Stunning Defeat in Polls, UML Calls It A Day

Nepali Congress should follow the suit on the first day of the CA and play the constructive role of an opposition thereafter Seven ministers of the Communist Party of Nepal (United Marxist Leninist), whose hope to become the largest party, if not with majority, in the CA was shattered last week resigned from the interimContinue reading “Humiliated By Stunning Defeat in Polls, UML Calls It A Day”