KATHMANDU, August 15: A standing committee (SC) meeting of CPN (Maoist Center) has decided to call a Central Committee (CC) meeting later on Sunday afternoon.

KATHMANDU, August 14: CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has proposed holding the party's national convention from December26 to 28 in Kathmandu.

KATHMANDU, July 18: The ruling CPN (Maoist Center) has formally decided to vote in favor of the confidence motion registered by Prime MInister Sher Bahadur Deuba at the Federal Parliament Secretariat.

KATHMANDU, JUNE: While rejecting the claims made by a group of former lawmakers of the CPN (Maoist Center) that the party is already illegal as it failed to hold its general convention on time, the Election Commission (EC) has said that the CPN (Maoist Center) is a legal entity.

KATHMANDU, June 29: The Supreme Court has issued an interim order to allow local government representatives, who renounced membership of their mother party and subsequently faced dismissal from the party’s general membership, to carry out their day-to-day works.

KATHMANDU, May 10: Chairman of CPN (Maoist Center) Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said that Prime Minister K P Oli does not have any moral ground to seek a vote of confidence in the parliament that he dissolved earlier.

KATHMANDU, May 5: The CPN (Maoist Center) has officially withdrawn its support to the KP Oli-led government.

KATHMANDU, May 3: President Bidya Devi Bhandari has appointed Sita Paudel and Ganga Prasad Yadav as the governors of Sudur Pashchim Province and Gandaki Province, respectivley, at the recommendation of Prime Minister K P Oli.

NC and Maoist Center expedite preparations to introduce no-confidence motion against Chief Minister Gurung within a few days

KATHMANDU, April 9: A three-party meeting held among the top leaders of the Nepali Congress (NC), CPN (Maoist Center) and Janata Samajbadi Party (JSP) to form a coalition government under the leadership of NC has ended on a ‘positive note’.

Is the party over?

January 15, 2020 08:36 am

Three decades of politics based on party system following the restoration of democracy in 1990 requires some serious introspection. This is particularly pertinent at a time when a single party or amalgamation leading to a large party formation has actually put the country at an important crossroads. Nepal Communist Party (NCP) formed following the merger of former CPN (UML) and former Maoist (Center) has a historic opportunity before them.

Nearly two years after then CPN-UML and Maoist Center announced electoral alliance in October, 2017 and a year after the two parties formally merged into single political entity of Nepal Communist Party, which rules the country now, the unification process of the party’s lower committees has not yet completed.

KATHMANDU, Dec 4: The ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has inducted 53 percent leaders from the erstwhile CPN-UML and 47 percent from the erstwhile CPN (Maoist Center) to the provincial committees of the party.