The Unified CPN (Maoist) Friday reiterated that the President's move against the erstwhile Maoist-led government's decision to sack the then army chief was unconstitutional and that the party would not budge on its stance on 'civilian supremacy'.
The party's powerful Standing Committee decided to not to give up the demand for addressing the civilian supremacy issue.
Maoist spokesperson Dina Nath Sharma told reporters after the meeting held at the party headquarters Koteshwor that the party is firm in its position that 'civilian supremacy' and 'President's move' must be mentioned in the joint proposal of consensus the three major parties are working on.
He also said the party would make every effort to resolve the current political impasse.
The Standing Committee also concluded that the protest programmes organised by the party against the President's move were successful.
The meeting will continue Saturday as well. nepalnews.com