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Archive for October 25th, 2011

Important leap toward consolidating Nepal’s revolutionary forces

Posted by onehundredflowers on October 25, 2011

We are receiving reports that the revolutionary left forces within Nepal’s Maoist party may be moving to consolidate themselves and separate from previous Maoist leaders who have openly abandoned preparations for revolution.

This would obviously be an important development for the (the UCPN[Maoist]) — the Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist). And it would also be a major (even historic) event for South Asia’s hopes, and important on a world scale.

It is something that every revolutionary person should pay attention to, learn from, and help others understand. It is worth asking “What would it mean if the people of a country truly succeeded in creating a radical new socialist society? What would it mean for the world?”

And it is worth watching closely to understand: “What line and approach are the revolutionaries of Nepal regrouping around? What are their plans, strategies and perspectives?”

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Nepal: Line Struggle Deepens

Posted by hetty7 on October 25, 2011

This article is from myrepublic. We urge caution evaluating articles from the bourgeois press. The South Asia Revolution team will continue to report on developments and analysis in Nepal as they unfold.

BIPPA (Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement) Only Widens the Maoist Rift

Post B Basnet/Kiran Pun

Kathmandu, Oct. 25: As the internal dispute over the party’s tactical line flared up, raising doubts over party unity, Maoist rival factions had decided on Oct. 13 to cease all type of hostilities and hold a Central Committee meeting on Nov. 3rd to resolve the issues. Read the rest of this entry »

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