Nepal: Maoist Plenum Closes, Decisions Announced
Posted by hetty7 on November 28, 2010
We urge readers to remember that these reports on on the Maoist Central Committee Plenum are at this point still coming to us through the bourgeois press – who have their own motives and worldview. No one should assume that these are accurate, and we will post actual texts of the various positions and speeches as soon as they become available in English.
This article is from ekantipur.com.
Nepal – Plenum Successful: Party Brought Together
Kathmandu, Nov. 27
The United Communist Party Nepal (Maoist) (UCPM-Maoist) organised a press meet at Palungtar in Gorkha district on Saturday to make public the decisions taken by the party in its extended plenum.
Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Daha, Chairmen Baburam Bhattarai and Mohan Baidya, Spokesperson Dinanath Sharma, among others, marked their presence in the press meet.
Maoist Spokesperson Sharma said that the extended plenum, which was the largest gathering in the history of Nepalese politics, drew the attention of national and international bodies.
He added that more than 7,000 party cadres marked their presence in the week long plenum and made it a successful event.
Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal said that the proposals tabled by the top brass have been integrated as one hence marking the success of the party’s sixth plenum.
Dahal said that extensive discussions were carried out on the the proposals presented by the top brass and the responsibility to solidify the decisions taken in the plenum has been conferred to the Central Working Committee (CWC) of the party.
“The party has decided to move forward in unity in order to ensure the success of the ongoing peace and the statute-drafting process, ” he said.
Dahal added that the party will endeavour to recover the nation from the current political impasse.
Claiming that the party will give continuation to the discussions with other political parties, Dahal said that the party will trigger the general public for a revolt provided the peace process is put in danger.
Also on the occasion, Vice Chairman Bhattarai said that the extended plenum has brought the party together.
“Some of the issues have been settled. Some persist. The responsibility to resolve such issues has been bestowed upon the CWC,” Bhattarai added.
Also responding to the queries of the media, Vice Chairman Mohan Baidya said that the party has reached an agreement on the plan of action for the future.
The party’s extended plenum concluded today.