Kathmandu: The central committee meeting of the CPN UML has proposed a reshuffle in the existing number of office bearers in the party.
The meeting continued for three days in the federal capital has proposed seven chairpersons in the party while keeping intact the existing number of general secretary, deputy general secretary and secretary. The group discussions made such proposal, according to publicity department chief Yogesh Bhattarai.
Chairman Oli however responded how such provision could impact in the committee. However, concrete decision to this end could be made after further discussion, Bhattarai added.
The meeting held as part of the preparation of statute national convention passed three reports to be presented in the general convention. The political proposal presented by Chairperson Oli has been passed. The organizational report presented by General Secretary Ishwor Pokhrel was also reviewed by the meeting.
The statute convention will be held in Godawari on October 1. It would last for three days and secure the participation of some 5,000 representatives from across the country.
However, total number of representatives is yet to be ascertained.
The reports presented by Chairperson Oli, General Secretary Pokhrel and leader Bishnu Poudel have well reflected present society, said publicity department chief Bhattarai.
The meeting stressed the need to strengthen the party from ideological, political and organizational viewpoints. Unity in these fronts makes party united, according to him. It has been announced that the party would be made victorious in the coming elections to the federal, province and local levels.
Now onwards, the party would conduct ideological and political orientations.
The political report has vowed to embrace socialism setting its economic, cultural and social bases.
The general convention will have participation of all party office bearers, members, all office bearers of central bodies and members. Similarly, 10 among senior members and office bearers of each sister organization of the party would attend the convention.RSS