EC gives recognition to ruling party’s name

EC gives recognition to ruling party’s name

The Election Commission nowadays determined to understand the ruling party’s name as Nepal Communist Party (N C P), pointing out that the name used to be specific from the Rishi Ram Kattel-led Nepal Communist Party.

Kattel had lodged a criticism against the ruling Nepal Communist Party (N C P), announcing his birthday celebration statute mentioned that the party would be acknowledged in brief as N. C. P., and because the Nepal Communist Party (N C P) had mimicked the identical name, it would be incorrect on the phase of the EC to allow the latter to have that name.

On the different hand, Nepal Communist Party (N C P) had argued that its abbreviated shape used to be within brackets and there used to be house between the alphabets. This made it different from the Kattel-led Nepal Communist Party’s abbreviated name as there had been dots between the three alphabets.

In a statement, the EC stated it determined to reject Kattel’s plea due to the fact the names of the two parties were different.

The EC also stated its selection to register the Nepal Communist Party (N C P) — fashioned after the merger between the already present CPN-Maoist Centre and CPN-Unified Marxist Leninist — was once consistent with the Political Party Registration Act, and that no similarly selection wanted to be taken.

The EC had carried out a listening to on Thursday to hear the arguments of each parties — Kattel-led Nepal Communist Party and KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal-led Nepal Communist Party (N C P).

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