Category Archives: Nepal

Un dirigeant communiste élu Premier ministre du Népal

Après la victoire électorale écrasante de l’alliance de gauche, le leader du Parti communiste marxiste-léniniste unifié (CPN-UML), KP Sharma Oli, assumera aujourd’hui le poste de Premier ministre du Népal en remplacement de Sher Bahadur Deuba. cet article provient de Cuba, du quotidien Granma (note et traduction de Danielle Bleitrach pour histoire et société)

Nepal | Communists Sweep the Nepali Elections, a Blow to the Establishment Parties

by Vijay Prashad

You might as well imagine a large red flag fluttering from the summit of Mount Everest. That’s what the outcome of the parliamentary and provincial elections in Nepal suggests. The Communists have won both decisively. In the parliament, the Communist alliance will hold close to a two-thirds majority. The government that this majority forms will not only be able to last the full five year term—the first time this would have happened since Nepal adopted parliamentary democracy in 1990—but it will be able to revise the 2015 Constitution.

Nepal | La coalition communiste gagne les élections locales au Népal

La troisième et dernière phase de ces élections aura lieu le 18 septembre.

Le parti communiste du Népal (union marxiste-léniniste unifiée), CPN-UML, la coalition a remporté la deuxième phase des élections locales au Népal, selon les derniers résultats publiés jeudi.

Russia | No More Maidans: NATO Training Ukrainian Troops to Crush Future Protests

Rapid Trident-2016, a series of military drills involving Ukrainian and NATO troops in the western Ukrainian region of Lviv, kicked off on June 27. This year, the exercises, involving over nearly 2,000 troops from 13 countries, apparently include training the Ukrainian military on how to prevent popular unrest from toppling the government.

Venezuela | Nepal’s First Woman President is a Feminist, Communist

After centuries of monarchy, the young Republic of Nepal will be led by women both at the presidency and the congress.

The country’s Congress elected Wednesday lawmaker Bidya Bhandari as their new president in a historic vote.

Bhandari, 54, was the vice president of the country’s Communist Party (Unified Marxist-Leninist Party), and has a long record of activism in gender equality.