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So we try to differentiate between these. Firstly, we want to do away with feudalism. Then you want to develop our productive investment capital, not the very parasitic capital we have right now. This is what we call comprador and bureaucratic capitalism which doesn’t promote production, and doesn’t promote work.

It is only that type of distorted, dependent capitalism, which is developing in the national country, that we against are. We are not against productive and industrial capitalism, you know, which provides goods, provides jobs, creates value within the national country, and at least resists the imperialist interventions within the united states. That kind of national capitalism we promote. We tried to persuade the nationalists and traders that we’ll create a favorable environment. What’s your position on Nepal’s WTO account in this framework?

There are a lot of conditions within the WTO account that preclude some of the items you’re stating. Yes. That problem is there. It’s very difficult to totally come out of the WTO. You can not be within the WTO, you can’t emerge from it. That dilemma there is. Following up on the role of the trade unions, theoretically in communism and socialism the working class are the rulers. So how do the trade unions put in themselves in to the ongoing party policy as well as your condition plan?

  • Expenses are incurred out of the initial income
  • Price stability
  • 25 of the Itemized Deductions Worksheet
  • Increase your regular or annual investment
  • When selling a mutual finance, a good agent would never
  • 2 cans of tomato paste (6 ounce cans)
  • Both (a) and (b)

So far, our trade unions are highly politicized. Our workers have very good political consciousness. When they put demands, for the most part they know these are fighting for politics and state power. We’ve attempted to inculcate in the working class that unless and until you have state power in the hands, whatever economic benefits you get, you will not have the ability to defend.

It is the very first thing we try to inculcate in the working class. Therefore the trade unions are politically mindful highly. But after that we have to make a balance also, because if we don’t make financial demands then a large section of the working class wouldn’t attain an extremely advanced of political consciousness — they won’t be organized.

So that balance we must make, between political and economic demands. We are trying to produce a balance. Yes, this is one of the sticking factors in the tranquility process, because the landlord’s lands were seized by the peasants during the People’s War. In the peacefulness accord, there is quite an ambiguous provision.