The CPN (Maoist Centre) has called its central committee meeting for July 8. The meeting, which will be organised at the Nepal Academy in Kathmandu, will be attended by around 700 party central and alternative central members, and office bearers of party commissions and provinces, said secretary of the party central office, Dor Prasad Upadhyay.
The party central committee has a total of 588 members (386 central and 202 alternative central ones). It has three commissions, seven geographical and three non-geographical provinces.
The party has urged the subordinate bodies to clear arrears and levies on time.
The meeting is expected to discuss the issue of a unity among political parties with same ideologies and that relating to the newly formed socialist front, he said. “The subject of launching a new campaign and an action plan to effectively connect the party with people will be also discussed.” Similarly, other agenda for the meeting are the party membership renewal and management and the allocation of duties and responsibilities of party leaders, he said.