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UML supports party proposals to amend the bylaws

UML supports party proposals to amend the bylaws

The CPN UML Standing Committee meeting today approved the party’s proposal to amend the charter. According to Party Vice-Chairman Bamdev Gautam, the meeting took place at the Tulsi Lal Memorial Fund in Lalitpur, where the document was adopted. The proposal was prepared by a working 

Chinese Ambassador Meeting with Home Secretary Hand

Chinese Ambassador Meeting with Home Secretary Hand

The Chinese ambassador to Nepal, Hou Yanchi, visited Home Minister Val Krishna Khand on Sunday at his office in Singh Durbar. At the meeting, Mini ster Khand thanked the Chinese government for providing a COVID-19 vaccine to Nepal during a difficult time due to the 

UML Central Committee members call for leadership self-criticism

UML Central Committee members call for leadership self-criticism

Members of the UML Central Committee, which is close to the faction led by senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal, have called on the party leadership to engage in self-criticism.

The meeting of the UML Central Committee members argued that some policy decisions taken by the party chairman and the former prime minister were wrong and the party leadership should come out to self-criticize these decisions.

The meeting held in Kathmandu till Thursday pointed out the lack of self-respect, culture of co-existence and our consciousness in the party and stressed the need to promote a culture of consensus in the days to come.

It was pointed out that the 10-point recommendations made by the party’s Dispute Resolution Task Force on July 12 were not enough to do justice to the existing intra-party feuds and more homework needs to be done. The meeting stressed the need to rebuild the party’s image.

The meeting considered that it was wrong to set the date of the party congress at the lower level by the unilateral decision of Chairman Oli.

The leaders of the standing committee are currently presenting their views in the meeting after the central committee members expressed their views.

Central Committee member Jagannatha Khatiwada said they wanted clarity on the agenda as the 10-point agreement prepared by the task force did not address all issues.

He added that the purpose of the meeting is to find meaningful and respectable unity within the party by minimizing psychological divisions and misunderstandings.

NC Gen. Ceci Koirala says Congress unlikely in August

NC Gen. Ceci Koirala says Congress unlikely in August

Nepali Congress (NC) General Secretary Shashanka Koirala says it seems impossible to organize the party’s 14th convention on the scheduled date. The party has scheduled the convention for Aug. 30. In a media interview today, the le ader said holding the convention at the scheduled 

Ruling coalition task force submits report to PM

Ruling coalition task force submits report to PM

The task force of the ruling coalition formed to formulate a common minimum platform for the work of the government has submitted its report to Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba. The report of the task force was also submitted today to CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman