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Nepal: General strike fails to win support

Huge mobilisations in Nepal signal the revolution has entered a new stage. But, asks Dave Stockton, can the Maoist strategy lead the masses to victory? Read more...

Indefinite strike begins in Nepal against the government

The Maoists in Nepal have called an indefinite general strike against the government and taken to the streets. Thousands of their members have come to Kathmandu, demonstrations and protests are taking place across the capital. This is the text of the leaflet that League supporters and members of Revolution the socialist youth group are distributing over the next few days. Read more...

'रिभोल्युशन नेपाल'को आधारभुत धारणा

Founding statement of Revolution Nepal in Nepali Read more...

Founding statement of Revolution Nepal

In Nepali

The last decade has shaken Nepali society as never before. In 2006, many thousands of Nepalese workers and poor peasants poured into the capital Kathmandu, determined to overthrow the tyranny of king Gyanendra who had enslaved the Nepalese people for so long. Read more...

A new section of Revolution has been founded in Nepal

Revolution, the socialist youth organisation in political solidarity with the League for the Fifth International has established a new section in Nepal Read more...

Founding statement Revolution Nepal

नेपाली समाज गत दशकमा जसरी यसअघि कहिल्यै प्रभावीत भएको थियो। लामो समयदेखी नेपाली जनतालाई दास बनाउँदै आएको राजा ज्ञानेन्द्रको निरङ्कुशता अन्यका लागी सन् २००६ मा हजारौं नेपाली कामदा Read more...

Nepal's Maoist government defends capitalism

The overthrow of King Gyanendra in 2006 brought Nepal to the attention of the world's anticapitalists. Now, two years since this democratic revolution, the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), which had been waging an armed struggle in the countryside for over ten years, has won the national elections and become the leading force in a coalition government. Read more...

Will the Maoists build socialism in Nepal?

The Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) has emerged as the largest party in the Nepalese parliament after they took part in elections in 2006, called in order to form a new government and replace the hated King Gyanendra who had ruled as a dictator since seizing power in a coup in February 2005. Read more...

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