Kathmandu, Sept 24: CPN (UML) has decided not to hold elections of its any committees and organisations on the basis of group-wise list.
The party also decided to amend its regulations in order to create environment conducive to elect the candidates in different committees of the party as per their qualification, capacity, activism, contribution and honesty.
The fourth day meeting of the central committee today took the decision to this effect to end groupism in the party. The meeting also passed a 10-point special proposal to strengthen party’s internal unity and advance effective mobilization after carrying out necessary revision in the special proposal approved by the 43rd meeting of the standing committee.
The meeting decided to make the party active and well-mobilized by standing for people’s right, national sovereignty and integrity by facing all types of challenges.
Chairperson’s political report endorsed
The political report presented by Chairperson KP Sharma Oli in the meeting has been endorsed after deliberations.
The report was passed after Chairperson Oli responded to the suggestions, queries and comments rendered by central members on his report.
While responding to the queries, Chairperson Oli said the party was in favour of building consensus and collaboration among the political parties but the stance of Nepali Congress that all big parties should not be in ruling coalition to govern the nation has taken the country to political complexity.
There has been no consultation with UML in regard to the agenda of constitution amendment, he said, adding that the amendment would not be possible in a way to hurt country’s sovereignty, integrity, independence, unity and ethnic and communal harmony.
Chairperson Oli further noted that there is no alternative to hold elections in order to implement the constitution so focus should be made to that end, reads a press release issued by UML Secretary and Publicity Department Head Yogesh Bhattarai.
Next meeting will take place at 3.00 pm on coming Sunday. RSS