CPN (Maoist Centre) statute endorsed with amendments
KATHMANDU: The CPN (Maoist Centre) amended constitution has been endorsed from the hall of general convention on Saturday.
The statute was endorsed by making some changes after Standing Committee member Dev Gurung answered to the questions raised on the amendment proposal.
According to the constitution, Central Committee members will be nominated 50 percent from the open category and 50 percent from the inclusive quota system, central member Yuvaraj Dulal said.
Dulal said that the party has decided not to increase the number of office bearers now. He said that the responsibility to increase the number of office bearers has been given to the Central Committee.
Similarly, the percentage to nominate the central members has been increased from 10 to 15. The Central Committee, however, will have 299 members.
Likewise, the general convention will nominate Central Committee, politburo and Standing Committee members. The politburo and Standing Committee members will be nominated on the basis of inclusive principle.
The clusters of Dalit, Muslim, Tharu, Madhesi, Adibasi Janajati, Khas Arya, differently abled people, backward area, women and youths will be formed in the 50 percent of the fully proportional representation system.
The Central Committee will have the representation of 35 percent women from all the clusters and from the open category and 20 percent youths below the age of 40.