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Democrats held first union meeting on the day ex-rebels formally split

KATHMANDU: After a long standing row between the party leadership and the dissident Sher Bahadur Deuba faction was resolved, the first complete Central Working Committee (CWC) of the Nepali Congress (NC) has begun at the party headquarters, Sanepa.

The meeting comes a day after the former rebel party- UCPN Maoist- formally split due to the inability of the once radical communists to work together.

According to central member, Arjun Narsingh KC, discussions will be held in the meeting on the country’s latest political developments, situation after the dissolution of the Constituent Assembly (CA), in the context of declaration of the fresh CA elections, works of caretaker government, formation of a national consensus government, among others.

KC further said that the meeting will also discuss on how to make the agitation that was launched in coordination with the CPN-UML and other fringe parties effective, resignation of caretaker Prime Minister, political and constitutional crisis in the country, among others.

Party leaders and cadres expressed happiness that the meeting has given a message of unity as the dissident faction of senior leader Sher Bahadur Deuba, who were dissatisfied on the dissolution of party’s sister organizations, are also attending the meeting.

The environment of taking part in the meeting has been created after President Sushil Koirala expanded Nepal Students’ Union, Nepal Tarun Dal, Nepal Women’s Association last week by incorporating Deuba faction after addressing the long standing disputes.

Central office-bearers and all central members of NC are present in the meeting. RSS

Published Date: Tuesday, June 19th, 2012 | 12:09 AM

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