Talk:Communist Party of Nepal (Amatya)

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Wrong information on the NKP(A)[edit]

The NKP(A) as far as I know, NEVER was in the CPN(D) (NKP(L)) before the 1991 elections in Nepal.

On the contrary, it JOINED with the CPN(D) and the CPN (V) in the CPN(U) (NKP(S)) two months AFTER the 1991 election. However, both the Amatya and the Varma groups LEFT the NKP(S) after a short time, and both joined the UML.

This is what all the litterature ive read and all the net checks say.

Ive found NO references (outside of the english wiki) that tell this story about the NKP(A) joining, and then leaving before the 1991 election, the NKP(L).

Tron Ogrim, tron@steinen.net, user of the norwegian wikipedia. 2006-06-10