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Opposition puts off protest plans
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Oppn forms team to deal with NC, UML

KATHMANDU, APR 24 - In an indication of mending rift in the alliance, leaders of the UCPN (Maoist)-led 30-party opposition bloc have reached an understanding to form a task force to deal with the ruling parties on constitution-writing. The ... Kathmandu Post, 1 day ago
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Maoists bid to placate allies

KATHMANDU, APR 23 - UCPN (Maoist) has started working towards mending its ties with the Madhes-based and the ethnic parties, the key allies in the Maoist-led 30-party opposition alliance. The UCPN (Maoist)'s relations with its opposition ...
 Kathmandu Post2 days ago Parties agree to move forward const...  The Echo Of India2 days ago UCPN-M agrees to resume CA process  Himalayan times5 days ago Chand-led Maoist Party Captures Properties of CPN-UML, UCPN (Maoist) Leaders  Nepalnews.com4 days ago
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Kathmandu Post

Revolt issue hinders bid: Leaders

KATHMANDU, APR 22 - CPN-Maoist has said that it has no differences with the UCPN (Maoist) on fundamental ideological and political lines but its stance on New People's Revolution and constitution remains as hurdles in their unification efforts ...
 Kathmandu Post3 days ago UCPN-M to propose new constitution work-plan  Himalayan times6 days ago UCPN-Maoist urges CJ to review verdict  Himalayan times2 weeks ago Maoists seek delay in majority process  Kathmandu Post2 weeks ago
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Kathmandu Post

Maoists ready for compromise

KATHMANDU, APR 15 - The UCPN (Maoist) has said that it is ready to make a compromise on the issues of federalism if the ruling Nepali Congress and CPN-UML agree to make more concessions on the electoral system. The main opposition party ...
 Kathmandu Post1 week ago The Himalayan Times  Himalayan times1 month ago My views reflect the party policy  Kathmandu Post1 month ago Lull before a storm  Kathmandu Post1 month ago
Kathmandu Post

NC, Maoists return to negotiating table

KATHMANDU, APR 08 - A day after the UCPN (Maoist)-led 30-party opposition alliance called off a general strike, the major political parties returned to the negotiating table on Wednesday in a bid to find consensus on federalism—the most ...
 Kathmandu Post2 weeks ago LETTERS: End bandh culture  Himalayan times2 weeks ago Nepal govt, Maoist rebels return to negotiating table  Asia News Network2 weeks ago Private sector condemns strike  Himalayan times2 weeks ago
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Himalayan times

Dahal says UCPN-M won't leave CA

NAWALPARASI : Unified CPN-Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said that his party will not leave the Constituent Assembly. Speaking at a press conference organised by Revolutionary Journalists Association in Danda, Nawalparasi today, Dahal said, ...
 Himalayan times1 week ago The Himalayan Times  Himalayan times4 weeks ago Dahal instructs UCPN-M lawmakers to be ready to quit CA  South Asian Terrorism Portal1 month ago Sharma drops out of race for CA By-poll  Kathmandu Post1 month ago
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The Himalayan Times

KATHMANDU: The main opposition UCPN-Maoist has challenged ruling Nepali Congress (NC) and CPN-UML to proceed with constitution drafting process on the basis of two-third majority they boast in the Constituent Assembly (CA). Speaking at a weekly press meet at ...
 Himalayan times1 week ago Gyawali says UCPN-M wasting time in name of talks  Himalayan times1 month ago Mutual suspicion mars quest for consensus  Kathmandu Post1 month ago No statute if Maoists singled out: Shrestha  Himalayan Times2 months ago
Kathmandu Post

BRB suggests for joint pledge for consensual statute

KATHMANDU : Senior UCPN-Maoist leader Baburam Bhattarai suggested that major political parties express a joint commitment to promulgate the new constitution on the basis of various previous agreements, as the first step toward ensuring consensus-based ...
 Himalayan times1 month ago Consensus no mean feat, says Bhattarai  Kathmandu Post1 month ago Ruling parties demonstrating arrogance, says UCPN-M leader Baburam Bhattarai  South Asian Terrorism Portal2 months ago Ruling parties shatter consensus bid: Bhattarai  Himalayan times2 months ago
Kathmandu Post

Modi critics in Nepal are hypocrites: Bhattarai

As Nepal's constituent assembly goes into another deadlock, opposition parties led by the UCPN (Maoist) came out on the streets to protest. Where is this headed, and what role can India play in the peace process? Former Prime Minister Baburam ...
 The Hindu1 month ago What people want  Kathmandu Post1 month ago
Kathmandu Post

Top 3 leaders assigned to resolve issues of statute

KATHMANDU: Top three leaders of the major political parties—Nepali Congress, CPN-UML and UCPN-Maoist—have been assigned to sort out contentious issues of the constitution within three days. During a meeting held at the Prime Minister’s ...
 Himalayan times6 days ago Parties review statute positions  Kathmandu Post1 month ago Consensus in constitution writing in package deal  Kathmandu Post1 month ago Dispassionate debate  Kathmandu Post1 month ago
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