EC Recognises Nepal’s New Party as CPN(Unified Socialist)

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Wednesday, August 25, 2021/Kathmandu-
Election Commission Nepal has recognised leader Madhav Kumar Nepal’s new Party CPN(Unified Socialist).

The Election Commission has provided on Wednesday, Nepal’s party with certificate as a new national political party of Nepal.

The commission decided to give identity to the new party following the attestation of 56 central members of the earlier UML party.

Former Prime Minister and leader Jhalanath Khanal and participated in the process from Delhi based Nepali Embassy, as he has been out of country for treatment.

Though, 58 members had applied for the registration of new party, Bhaskar Kafle and Rabin Koirala were absent during the attestation process at the election commission.

The CPN(Unified Socialist) stands at 4th position in the parliament.

CPN(UML) had 203 total central members.

Also, Mahanth Thakur’s new party after split with Upendra Yadav and Baburam Bhattarai has been also recognised as Loktantric Samajbaadi Party Nepal.

With this now the country has total 6 national level political parties.

The new ordinance had allowed the political parties to separate from the mother party, even with 20 percent participation.

There is a provision of allowing the time period of 21 days for the province and local level representatives to make their choice of the party.