By Our Reporter
Unification of the ruling Nepal Communist Party has not completed yet. A meeting of the secretariat held on Monday was expected to complete the unification by naming the heads of the party departments.
But the meeting failed to make any breakthrough in finalising the leadership in the party’s major central authorities, councils and departments.
The secretariat meeting of NCP was called at Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s official residence in Baluwatar, following its two postponements. But still the meeting failed to make any headway.
Instead, the meeting was put off till August 13, probably considering PM Oil’s Singapore visit and Dahal’s Dubai tour. The two chairs left for Singapore and Dubai on Tuesday.
According to NCP spokesperson Narayan Kaji Shrestha, the secretariat meeting concentrated discussions on the integration of the party’s all central authorities, including the councils and departments and division of works and responsibilities of all party central members.
Shrestha said that the meeting had decided to hold next meeting on August 13 to finalise the remaining unification process and division of works and responsibilities of the leaders.
It is said that claim for the top post in the party’s school department by the leaders of former CPN UML and the Maoist Centre has been a thorny issue to forge agreement on work division of the leaders.