KATHMANDU: The ruling Maoist Center is holding its Central Committee meeting from today (Wednesday).
Meanwhile, the party, which had earlier decided to live-stream the meeting to take place from August 2 to 7, has decided not to live-stream the meeting owing to “pressure” coming from party members.
The decision was made during a meeting of the party’s office bearers on Monday morning, according to General Secretary Dev Gurung.
Party Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal “Prachanda” has been assigned the task of preparing the political report to be presented at the meeting.
It is worth noting that the Nepali Congress recently live-streamed its own Central Committee meeting as well.
The Maoist Center has 387 central members. Members of the party’s Accounts Committee, Election Committee and Disciplinary Committee will also attend the meeting.
As many as 758 persons, including 385 full central members, 198 alternative central members, 75 members of three commissions and 100 province office-bearers and members would attend the central committee meeting, the Maoist party said.