Nepal: March 26, 2005


 Nepalese Maoists are unhappy with their own leadership, and are trying to peacefully reorganize their senior leadership. Meanwhile, the Nepalese political parties are, on one side, trying to deal with corruption prosecutions by the king, and appeals to foreign countries to get elected officials back in power. But in Nepal, the corruption of elected officials was one of the reasons the Maoist movement, and rebellion, was formed.


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