From The Nepali Press
Kantipur, 3 July
FROM ISSUE #255 (08 JULY 2005 - 14 JULY 2005) | TABLE OF CONTENTS
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CPN (UML) cadres have suggested the party leadership go for a decisive agitation without being trapped in what they call "talks ploy of the royal palace". That was the conclusion of the district and zonal committees of the party. The UML is preparing for its central committee meet beginning 10 July. The meeting will discuss this issue and hopefully, reach a conclusion. The leadership of the party had asked lower-level committees to suggest ways to re-strengthen party organisation and the party's vision for the resolution of the February First crisis. UML cadres suggested that ideology, not the individuals, be the basis of restructuring the organisation. Secretary of the Central Secretariat, Amrit Kumar Bohara said, "There has been no suggestion from the committees for changes in the leadership or for a special general convention but we have stressed that the working style of the leadership should be rearranged in order to make the party more dynamic and active." Some UML leaders including Bam Deb Gautam have demanded an overhaul of the leadership.