Asia’s anti-American communist parties gather in Kathmandu

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KATHMANDU:  The regional conference of the Asian Coordination of the International Coordination of Revolutionary Parties and Organization (ICOR) has started in  Kathmandu today.

Rastriya Janamorcha Nepal is the organizer of the program.

Over 500 delegates are taking part at the conference. The ICOR is the organization of communist and anti-imperialist political parties in Asia.

Chairman of Rastriya Janamorcha Nepal Chitra Bahadur KC inaugurated the programme attended by some 500 delegates from Nepal, India and Bangladesh.

Addressing the conference, KC said that imperialism has been a global problem and even a danger as well. “World´s developing and underdeveloped countries´ sovereignty and independent economic development has been endangered due to globalization,” KC argued.

He also said that the Indian expansionism was perpetually dominating Nepal through political and economic interference and that has endangered Nepal´s nationality, sovereignty and national unity.

Also speaking at the programme, CPN (UML) leader Pradip Gyawali, Nepali Congress leader Man Mohan Bhattarai, CPN (ML) General Secretary CP Mainali and others said that all should fight against totalitarianism and expansionism that hinder the democratic process.

Other delegates at the program said that democratic and anti-imperialist political parties and peoples should unite against the American imperialism.

CPN (Masal) General Secretary Mohan Bikram Singh is scheduled to present a working paper on current political situation of Asia.