After Nepal ruling party split, there’s fight for party name and election symbol

While Supreme Court deliberations on the constitutionality of House dissolution goes on, the Election Commission is preparing for midterm polls in two phases on April 30 and May 10

Dec 24, 2020
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While Supreme Court deliberations on the constitutionality of House dissolution goes on, the Election Commission is preparing for midterm polls in two phases on April 30 and May 10.

But at the same time, it also has to decide on which of the two factions of the Nepal Communist Party has a legitimate claim to the party.

The faction led by party chair and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Tuesday informed the Election Commission that its Central Committee had been expanded to make it 1,199-member with the addition of 556 members now and with the provision of adding 197 members in the future.

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