Wednesday 24th July 2024
Wednesday 24th July 2024
गृहपृष्ठPoliticsNew political equation prompted by party’s internal decision: Pampha Bhusal

New political equation prompted by party’s internal decision: Pampha Bhusal

KATHMANDU – CPN (Maoist Centre) Vice Chairperson Pampha Bhusal has said there is no external influence in the recent political developments within the nation.

In an interview with RSS, the Vice Chair of the major ruling party stated that the shift in political dynamics, resulting from the party’s decision to break its alliance with the Nepali Congress and form a new coalition with CPN (UML) and other parties, was purely an internal decision of the party.

“It is unimaginable to think about the role of external forces in such developments,” she argued when various political reactions are being heard in the political sphere over the latest political developments in the country.

Each political event in Nepal is normally considered the outcome of foreign influence, and this is a misconception. The latest political development is totally the internal one. And, the new alliance is expected to contribute to further consolidating the ties with close neighbors and the world community, according to her.

Regarding concerns about potential political instability due to frequent changes in alliances, Bhusal described it a positive shift towards clearer political alignments and increased political sustainability. “It will guide the nation towards the direction of political stability by analyzing factors that led to the breakdown of the left alliance in the past.”

In response to query whether the change would have its impact on the transitional justice issues, she said achieving peace is a collective responsibility of all political parties and the entire nation.

She hoped that the inclusion of CPN (UML) in the government would expedite the resolution of transitional justice issues. Bhusal expressed confidence that ruling and opposition parties would collaborate to successfully conclude the remaining tasks of the peace process and ensure lasting peace in Nepal while strengthening democracy and progressing towards socialism.

While responding to ‘criticisms’ about the party’s ‘inability’ to deliver efficiently to bring political stability in the country, she said such blame is due to a misunderstanding between mobility and instability. She asserted that the Maoist party remains the most dynamic force in the country, contributing to significant political transformations. Bhusal underscored the progressive nature of the political course and affirmed the role of Maoist leadership in driving these changes.

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