Revolution in South Asia

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Nepal: Maoists Comment on Mubarak’s Fall

Posted by D and I Consulting on February 18, 2011

Supporters of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) dance to a patriotic song as they block a road in Katmandu.

Supporters of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) dance to a patriotic song as they block a road in Katmandu.

This brief statement by the Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) comes from krishnasenonline.org.

Mubarak steps down: bourgeois enters in army gown

Kathmandu, February 16: The historic efforts of thousands of justice loving Egyptian people have over-turned the arbitrary rule of President Hosni Mubarak. Mubarak has resigned from the post. Eighteen-day movement of the people is going to be concluded with an unprecedented change in the country; however, the hold in the revolution is of bourgeoisie who are hatching conspiracies to hold the land under their dictatorship.

The people are not ready to vacate the Tahirr square because of untrust on the process in handover the power to the people. Army has been deployed in place of forming the government of the people who are demanding drastic changes in state power and its social, economic and the cultural sectors including political one.

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