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Ruling party is using fear and coercion to control them, say party members

On May 5, the ruling Nepal Communist Party called a meeting of its Parliamentary Party to discuss the policies and programmes presented in Parliament by the President two days earlier. But the meeting quickly devolved into lawmakers venting their dissatisfaction with the party’s approach. Ruling party is using fear and coercion to control them, say party members
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Tika R Pradhan
Published at : May 13, 2019
Updated at : May 14, 2019 17:17
Kathmandu

Tika R Pradhan

Tika R Pradhan is a senior political correspondent for the Post, covering politics, parliament, judiciary and social affairs. Pradhan joined the Post in 2016 after working at The Himalayan Times for more than a decade.


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