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NCP’s Foreign Department abstains from NCP-CPC interaction

19 June 2020  

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KATHMANDU: Ruling Nepal Communist Party’s senior leader and party’s Foreign Desk Head Madhav Kumar Nepal abstained from the high-level video conference between the Communist Party of China (CPC) and Nepal Communist Party (NCP) held on Friday.

Senior leader Nepal, the head of NCP’s Foreign Department, did not join the conference organized by the ruling party’s School Department.

The meeting described as sharing between two ruling communist parties of the Asian nations is said to China’s dictation on good governance and corruption.

According to sources, leader Nepal was not happy with the last-hour invitation for the conference organized by CPC’s International Department, CPC’s Tibet Autonomous Chapter and NCP’s School Department.

Another senior leader Jhala Nath Khanal also abstained.

CPC’s International Department Head Sung Thao was the keynote speaker/ trainer in the program.

Prior to Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit last year, NCP and CPC had agreed to share the experience on ‘Xi path’ and train each other further on the same path.

The program formerly organized in the initiation of NCP’s Foreign Department is organized by School Department. Critics regard it as an act of undermining the role of Party’s Foreign Department headed by former Prime Minister and senior leader Nepal.

In the meantime, some leaders have criticized the conference as untimely, irrational and against diplomatic norms as it is organized at a time when Nepal is in hard time with border dispute with India.

Publish Date : 19 June 2020 18:32 PM

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