Communist Party of Nepal (Masal) (2006)

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Communist Party of Nepal (Masal)
Founded 2006
Ideology Communism
Marxism-Leninism

Communist Party of Nepal (Masal) (Nepali: नेपाल कम्युनिष्ट पार्टी (मसाल)), initially known as Communist Party of Nepal (Unity Centre-Masal) (नेपाल कम्युनिष्ट पार्टी (एकताकेन्द्र–मसाल)), is an underground communist party in Nepal, which emerged in 2006 through a split in Communist Party of Nepal (Unity Centre-Masal). In March 2007, the party held a 7th Party Congress (counting the congresses of Communist Party of Nepal, Communist Party of Nepal (Fourth Convention), Communist Party of Nepal (Masal) and CPN(UC-M) as theirs). The congress reelected Mohan Bikram Singh as general secretary. Moreover, the congress removed 'Unity Centre' from the party name.[1]

The legal mass front of the party is the Rashtriya Jana Morcha.

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Cailmail, Benoît. Autumn 2008 – Spring 2009. "Mohan Bikram Singh and the History of Nepalese Maoism". European Bulletin of Himalayan Research. n° 33-34, pp. 11–38.

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