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ⓘ Nepal Workers Peasants Party




Nepal Workers Peasants Party
                                     

ⓘ Nepal Workers Peasants Party

The Nepal Workers and Peasants Party or Nepal Majdoor Kisan Party is a political party in Nepal. The party was founded on 23 January 1975 by Narayan Man Bijukchhe. The party enjoys most of its support from Bhaktapur.

                                     

1.1. History Foundation

The Nepal Workers and Peasants Party was founded as the Nepal Workers and Peasants Organization on in Nepal on 23 January 1975.

The NPWO had broken away from the Communist Party of Nepal Pushpa Lal in protest over Pushpa Lal Shresthas support for Indian intervention in East Pakistan, together with the Proletarian Revolutionary Organisation, Nepal, and the Mazdoor Kisan Sangram Samiti.

In 1981 the NWPO split, and two separate parties came into existence. One party was led by Narayan Man Bijukchhe, which later became the Nepal Workers and Peasants Party and the other was led by Hareram Sharma.

                                     

1.2. History Jana Andholan I and II 1990-2007

Bijukchhes NWPO formed part of the United Left Front and took part in the 1990 Jana Andolan uprising. It participated in the formation of the Samyukta Janamorcha Nepal, but left shortly before the 1991 election. The group changed its name to the Nepal Workers Peasants Party and contested the election separately. It fielded 30 candidates, out of whom two were elected. The party received a total of 91.335 votes, or 1.25%.

Ahead of the 1992 elections to local bodies, the NWPP formed an electoral coalition with the Samyukta Janamorcha Nepal, Communist Party of Nepal Marxist-Leninist-Maoist, Communist Party of Nepal Marxist, and Nepal Communist League.

NWPP was active in the protest movements against repression in Nepal and is a member of the Seven Party Alliance which spearheaded the 2006 Loktantra Andolan. After the restoration of a democratic system, the party decided not to join the government, but stayed in the Seven Party Alliance, which later converted into the Eight Party Alliance. When the interim legislature was formed in January 2007, Bijukchhe was joined by four nominated MPs.

                                     

1.3. History Constituent Assembly and Federal Nepal 2008-present

The party contested the 2008 Constituent Assembly elections and won four seats to the Constituent Assembly. The party also had one nominated member. In the 2013 Constituent Assembly elections, the party again won four seats. The party voted for Khadga Prasad Oli in the prime minister election on 12 October 2015.

In the 2017 local elections, the party won 99 seats to local government and won one mayoral position. Sunil Prajapati was elected as the mayor of Bhaktapur municipality. The party also consted the 2017 legislative and provincial elections and won one seat to the House of Representatives. The party also won two seats to the Provincial Assembly of Province No. 2.

                                     
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