KATHMANDU, Dec 22: A meeting of the Central Working Committee members of a faction of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) led by Chairman and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has decided to hold the party’s ‘unity’ convention in November 2021.
Pradeep Gyawali, the new spokesperson, chosen by the same meeting of the faction, shared that the party’s ‘unity’ convention will be held from November 18, next year.
Chairperson Oli on Tuesday announced an 1199-member committee to organize the party's general convention. He declared the new party committee during a meeting with the party's central committee members close to him at Baluwatar, the prime minister's official residence. The newly-formed committee has added 556 members to the existing 446-member central committee of the ruling party.
Earlier the party’s convention was scheduled from April 7 to 12, 2021.