KARNALI – Chairperson of the CPN (Unified Socialist) Madhav Kumar Nepal has ruled out the possibility of communist unification at present.
There is no truth in the reports about an alliance between the CPN (UML), the CPN (Maoist Center) and the Unified Socialist, he said at a press conference organised today in Surkhet.
There is not any possibility of unification with the UML and any electoral alliance with it, he said, adding that this existing communist democratic coalition would continue until coming provincial and parliament elections.
“Egoists and conspirators have circulated many types of rumours in a bid to break the existing communist democratic alliance. We are not hungry for any position. We can cut through such rumours.”
On the budget for the next fiscal year, 2022/23, the former Prime Minister commented that it did not target coming elections. “It has been brought in times of elections. But it is not election-centered.”
As he said, his party achieved a proud achievement in the recently organised local election. He however claimed that they had to lose some seats in the poll due to a lack of clarity of their election symbol.