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Alliance fared well at local level elections: Chairperson Nepal


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2022 Jun 26, 19:20, Kathmandu

CPN (Unified Socialist) Chairperson Madhav Kumar Nepal has said an electoral alliance gave good result to the parties involved.

Inaugurating the third plenary of the All Nepal Women Association (Socialist) here Sunday, Chairperson Nepal said, "Alliance was needed in election. That fared well. There are some issues but they should be managed in the coming days."

He cautioned the stakeholders not to belittle his party. His party had done wonderful jobs in a short span of time after its formation, Chairperson Nepal asserted.

Nepal further said his party prevented the MCC from being ratified in its original shape. "Some parties were for ratifying the MCC as it was. We voiced against it after the formation of new party. Also the CPN (Maoist Centre) staged protest. We succeeded in ratifying the MCC along with interpretative declarations," Chairman Nepal reminded.

He reiterated that the leaders revolted from the CPN (UML) to protect the communist party and safeguard the constitution.

On the occasion, he asked the women leaders to take stage for competition, adding that they should lead the race based on their capacity and role.

Calling for objectively looking the society through the perspective of class, the former prime minister asked for the proactive role of the Association to protest the violence against women.

During the event, four women MPs, and women chiefs and deputies of the local levels were honoured.

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