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Socialist Front agrees to rotate leadership every six months, next meeting on July 12


08 July 2023  

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KATHMANDU: The Samajwadi Morcha (Socialist Front) formed under the initiation of the left-wing parties has agreed to rotate its leadership in every six months.

According to CPN-Unified Socialist Vice-Chairman Rajendra Pandey, the meeting of the Front held at the Unified Socialist’s central office in Aloknagar, Kathmandu reached an agreement that the chairmanship of the Front would be alternated every six months.

“It has been agreed that one person (party) will chair the Front for 6 months, then the leadership will get transferred to another party. another leader will do it,” he said, adding, “The meeting of July 12 will formally decide on it. Madhav Nepal will chair until the agreement is finalized.”

Earlier, although there was an agreement to alternate leadership in the front, it was not decided how long they would lead.

Saturday’s meeting was chaired by Madhav Nepal.

The meeting also decided to hold programs in all seven province headquarters. The date for the program has not been finalized yet.

The meeting formed a four-member task group to formulate the policy and program and code of conduct of the Front.

Unified Socialist Vice chair Pandey informed that the task force comprises Dev Gurung of CPN-Maoist Center, Rajendra Shrestha of Janata Samajwadi Party, Pramesh Hamal of Unified Socialist Party, and Khadga Bahadur Bishwakarma of Nepal Communist Party.

Four parties including Maoist Center, Unified Socialist, JSP, and Netra Bikram Chand-led Nepal Communist Party formed the Socialist Front on June 19.

The newly formed Samajwadi Morcha-affiliated parties have 54 lawmakers in the House of Representatives.

Publish Date : 08 July 2023 19:28 PM

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