Excerpts from the unity proposal put forward by the UML to the M-L:
1. There will be a commitment to take the party forward on the basis of the Janata Ko Baudaliya Byawastha (People's Multi-Party Democracy) approved by the Fifth National Convention of the party.
2. There will be a commitment to abide by the policies, decisions and work-plan approved by the party's Sixth Convention.
3. Following re-unification, all activities of the party will be conducted under the UML banner and the documents approved by the M-L's national convention will be secured and stored as party property.
4. Comrades would be fitted into all UML party committees from the centre to the cell level, as needed, by re-organising the committees, responsibilities will be handed over to individuals based on their qualifications, capabilities and participation.
5. Those M-L central committee members not appointed in the new (united) committee will be made national council members and be given responsibilities in central and local level party committees.
6. There will be a commitment to not allow another split in the future, as the last one has been a major setback in the history of the communist movement (in Nepal).
The UML and M-L have already agreed not to appoint a party chairman, and the other issues relating to re-unification are now being discussed.