CPN-MC’s interim constitution seems to be continuation of NCP
KATHMANDU: The CPN-Maoist Centre for the first time has drafted its constitution in a systemic manner.
The Maoist Centre will move to a new system after the passage of 52-page interim statute 2021 presented by party Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal at the Central Committee meeting.
The proposed constitution of the Maoist Centre seems to be the continuation of the dissolved Nepal Communist Party (NCP).
Though most of the provisions are like that of CPN-UML and NCP, the party has tried to practice the provision of alternate members removed by the UML in the proposed draft of the statute.
Apart from that, other organisational structures are the continuation of NCP.
The party has introduced a new provision that the Central Committee will have 299 members and 35 percent women representation among others.
The Maoist district committee will have 99 members, the special district committee will have 65 members and the metropolitan committee will have 99 members.
Similarly, sub-metropolitan committee will 81 members, city committee and village committee will have 65 and 55 members respectively.
The lowest level party cell will have 11 members.