Kathmandu - The Chairmen of Nepal Communist Party (NCP) have held a discussion yet again today at Prime Minister’s official residence at Baluwatar in a bid to resolve the internal dispute in the party. An unofficial agreement was made in the meeting convened earlier on Sunday to forge a shared viewpoint and find a common ground to address party’s internal disputes.
The meeting was attended by NCP Chairman and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, and another NCP Chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ and some top leaders of the NCP.
According to PM’s press advisor Surya Thapa, one-to-one meeting was held today in an attempt to forge a consensus. The meeting of the NCP’s standing committee which kicked off since June 24 has been postponed till July 8.
The agendas of the standing committee meeting were settling internal dispute, COVID-19 response mechanism, party unification process and the American Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) compact, among others.