Ruling party fight in Nepal was for power-sharing and it has become apparent, experts and analysts say

Days after a semblance of peace returning to the Nepal Communist Party, the party held its Secretariat meeting on Sunday to “discuss a Cabinet reshuffle”

Sep 21, 2020
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Days after a semblance of peace returning to the Nepal Communist Party, the party held its Secretariat meeting on Sunday to “discuss a Cabinet reshuffle”.

Insiders and analysts say the discussions on Cabinet reshuffle were expected to begin any time, as the months-long conflict was largely guided by the factions’ interests rather than “system and procedures”, even though they claimed it to be so.

Along with a Cabinet reshuffle, negotiations are soon likely to start also for some key positions—at constitutional bodies and Nepal’s foreign missions.

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