Sindhupalchowk, March 18: Chairperson of the CPN (Unified Socialist), Madhav Kumar Nepal, has said an alliance would be made with the parties having similar ideologies.
Inaugurating the District convention of the party organised at Melamchi today, Chair Nepal shared there would be unification with parties having similar ideologies to improve the country's economic condition.
He laid emphasis on the need for unification to strengthen economic conditions, adding there was no possibility of unification with the parties not accepting their mistake.
Mentioning that the incumbent alliance was formed among the parties to protect constitution safeguarding the republicanism, the CPN (Unified Socialist) Chair opined, "The incumbent alliance was formed keeping the current situation of the country in mind. Protection of the constitution and improvement in the country's economy is the common agendas of the parties associated with the incumbent alliance."
He laid emphasis on the need for unity among the communist parties having similar ideologies as communists are still popular in Nepal. (RSS)