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Bhutan communist party

Posted by ajadhind on February 14, 2008

recieved via mail 

February 13th 2008

The number of underground political parties and organisations being
active in Bhutanese society has reached nine.

These parties include Bhutan Communist Party (Marxist-Leninist- Maoist),
Bhutan Communist Party (Maoist), Bhutan Tigers Force, Cobra Bhuan Party,
Bhutan Kopra Party, Black Cat, All Bhutan Revolutionary Peasants’
Association, All Bhutan Revolutionary Students’ Association and Bhutan
Republican Youth Association.
Some of these parties claim that they have launched people’s movement in
Bhutan.
Bhutan Communist Party (Marxist-Leninist- Maoist), which claims to be an
organised party, recently divided into two factions — Birat and
Bikalpa.
Surya, who leads the Bhutan Communist Party (Maoists), said the armed
struggle in Bhutan is in the final phase now.
The Bhutan Tigers Force has stated that their major demand is the
removal of security posts from refugee camps and said the party was
against third country resettlement process.

The Revolutionary Peasants’ Association and the All Bhutan Revolutionary
Students’ Association claim that they are the sister organisations of
the Bhutan Communist Party (Maoist). “We support the agitation of the
Bhutan Communist Party (Marxist-Leninist- Maoist),” central member of the
Bhutan Republican Youth Association Bhaskar said.

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