NCP unification delayed over portfolio
By A Staff Reporter
Kathmandu, July 30: A secretariat meeting of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) held on Monday failed to make any breakthrough in finalising the leadership in the party’s major central authorities, councils and departments.
The secretariat meeting of NCP held today at Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s official residence in Baluwatar was expected to finalise leadership on major party authorities, councils and departments. Earlier, the secretariat meeting was postponed twice.
NCP spokesperson Narayan Kaji Shrestha said that Monday’s secretariat meeting concentrated discussions on the integration of the party’s all central authorities, including the councils and departments and division of works and responsibilities of all party central members.
Shrestha said that the meeting had decided to hold next meeting on August 13 to finalise the remaining unification process and division of works and responsibilities of the leaders.
“The meeting has decided to prepare a managed and improved proposal regarding the unification process and division of works and responsibilities of the leaders by asking them and holding discussions on their interest and priorities,” Shrestha said.
He said that an improved proposal would be prepared before the next meeting to finalise the integration of Central Advisory Committee, National Council, central commissions, central departments and peoples organisations and divisions of works and responsibilities of the leaders.
Earlier on June 21, the secretariat meeting of NCP had finalised the leadership in 77 geographic districts and six metropolitan committees.
It is said that claim for the top post in the party’s school department by the leaders of former CPN UML and the Maoist Centre has been a thorny issue to forge agreement on work division of the leaders.
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