The last-ditch attempt by Election Commission to keep Janatha Samajbadi Party Nepal (JSPN) intact went in vain as the warring factions concurred they could no longer be united.
Instead, the factions stressed the commission to allow one faction to retain the JSPN name while the other faction will register itself as a new political party.
The commission called both the factions after both sought legal recognition from the election body. However, the formal attempt to pacify the factions and keep the party united failed on Tuesday.
The JSPN is splitting as one group of the party supports Prime Minister KP Oli’s decision to dissolve the House of Representatives. The other group is against this decision of the PM. Having divergent views, they have decided to go their separate ways.
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