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गृहपृष्ठPoliticsElection Commission refuses to give recognition to ruling NCP’s split

Election Commission refuses to give recognition to ruling NCP’s split

“No changes and amendment can be made in party structure, documents”


KATHMANDU – The Election Commission has not given legal recognition to a split of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP).

The Election Commission on Sunday made a decision to not give an approval to KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ and Madhav Kumar Nepal-led factions for the split of the ruling NCP.

According to Election Commission’s Spokesperson Raj Kumar Shrestha, the Commission’s meeting held on Sunday ruled out the claims made by both factions of the NCP, citing that there cannot be any new change in the NCP’s structure or revision in the party documents.

Stating that there cannot be any changes in the party structure and documents, the Election Commission decided to inform both chairmen Oli and Prachanda that the ruling NCP will have the same previous details and organizational structure, said Spokesperson Shrestha.

Both factions had been claiming that the party that they led was the legitimate NCP. While the Oli-led NCP had expanded the central committee, the Prachanda-led NCP had removed KP Oli as the chairman and picked Madhav Kumar Nepal as the new chairman. Both factions had sent the updated details to the Election Commission.
The Election Commission, in its 30-page decision, said that such changes are not valid.





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