lunes, 4 de enero de 2016

NEPAL: CPN M declares autonomous province. / Los maoístas proclaman Abadh provincia autonoma bajo gobierno popular.


Nawalparasi, January 3
Netra Bikram Chand-led CPN Maoist today proclaimed autonomous Abadh state incorporating the three districts of Lumbini Zone for the operation of a parallel government.
At a proclamation assembly organised in Butwal, Rupandehi, Chand-led Maoists declared Rupandehi, Nawalparasi and Kapilvastu districts as Abadh autonomous state.
At the function, politburo member and Revolutionary People’s Council Nepal Chief Santosh Budhamagar likened it to the independent province created during the Maoist insurgency and said that it would play the same pivotal role.
Budhamagar said his party would soon unveil the rules and regulations of People’s Council and autonomous state.
At the programme, party central member and Lumbini Sub-bureau in-charge Chandra Bahadur Chand urged the party rank and file to be ready to take the party to a new height.
Other speakers said that they were preparing to set up party mechanism at the district and village levels to take the agitation to a new height.
A people’s representative created out of three districts has declared a 51-member representative assembly.
The assembly is led by Basanti GC.
Similarly, the assembly has declared Abadh Provincial People’s Council. Nathuram Tharu and Chaitraram Musihar are the chief and deputy chief of the people’s council.
Earlier, Maoists declared autonomous Magrat, Tamsaling, Tharu states, among others.
At the press meet organised after declaration of Abadh state, Maoist politburo member Santosh Budhamagar said that his party had kept the form of agitation open.
He warned that if they were suppressed they would retaliate against the government. “Our party was forced to revive the old structures as the government was unable to solve the people’s basic problems after India’s blockade of Nepal’s border points “, Budhamagar said.
On the allegation that his party was fighting to revive the defunct monarchy, Budhamagar clarified that it was his party that had fought for ten years to abolish monarchy.
He warned that youths in his party might wield weapons at any time if the need arises.

1 comentario:

Leonardo Landeta dijo...

Gobierno popular dentro de un estado pro imperialista donde se desarrolla capitalismo burocrático?. No le veo sentido. Gobierno si tiene respaldo de nuevo Poder, y ese nuevo Poder si genera nuevo Estado. Sin eso no hay absolutamente nada sino colaboración con el viejo estado en el perfeccionamiento de la vieja democracia al puro estilo Avakián o Prachanda. En los 60´y 70´se generó una propuesta del trotskista Hugo Blanco (en Perú) que manejaba esos criterios de dualidad. Gobierno sin estado no dice nada. Al Nepal solo le queda una salida. retomar la Guerra Popular. No es diferente a la que tienen nuestros pueblos oprimidos.