Posted by redpines on June 21, 2012
Jayapuri Gharti Magar–leader of All Nepal Women’s Association (Revolutionary)
Two thirds of the leaders of groupings under the old UCPN(M) have joined the new revolutionary Maoist party in Nepal, led by Mohan ‘Baidya’ Kiran. These groups (also called ‘sister wings’) include leaders of the Maoist women’s organization and most of the national liberation fronts.
“The sister wings represented suppressed communities that the Baidya faction has always stood for while Pushpa Kamal Dahal had said that he had dug his own grave by forming ethnic fronts in the party. So it is natural for the chiefs of sister wings to spurn Dahal,” said Santosh Budha Magar, chief of the Magar National Liberation Front.
The article originally appeared at MyRepublica.
20-odd chiefs of sister wings join Baidya’s party
by KIRAN PUN
KATHMANDU, June 21: With only one-third of the UCPN (Maoist) central committee members joining the newly-formed CPN-Maoist led by Mohan Baidya, one would have speculated that only a few lower rung leaders would follow suit. But, this has been proven wrong.
Almost all the chiefs of around three dozen sister wings — considered the backbone of the mother party — of the UCPN (Maoist) have joined the new party. They had sided with Baidya ever since the beginning of the rift in the UCPN (Maoist). This has left only around a dozen chiefs of sister wings in the mother party. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by hetty7 on June 19, 2012
“We had a type of peace and constitution before people’s war but in our analysis it was not pro-people – to the contrary. It was a system that did not reflect their interests but only those of the entrenched bourgeois – feudal classes. Therefore the great people’s war was launched and a pro-people peace and constitution came to the forefront. But now they are trying to rebuild the system as it was before and this is unacceptable. It will be designed to function for those who were the ruling class in the past.This creates the necessity of struggle for a pro-people settlement.”
The following is a significant statement from revolutionary forces previously within the Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist). Increasingly they are separating themselves organizationally from the old party, and seeking to chart a new course, for themselves and the people, toward a more decisive revolutionary break in Nepalese society.
This article originally appeared in Red Front and then on Democracy and Class Struggle. It was published two days ago on Kasama.
The Challenge for the Nepalese Revolution
by Netra Bikram Chand (party name: Biplab)
The leadership of Baburam Bhatterai and Prachanda in the Nepalese revolution has disintegrated. It has shown that rightist reactionary politics emerged again in Nepal’s history.
The situation has become difficult because their leadership abandoned the goal of the People’s Federal Republic.
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