„I must say that the relevance of the 12-point agreement and the CPA no longer exists. I declare that these pacts are being scrapped,“ Baihdya said. The political scenario that followed the agreement may seem rather unclear, but it will be wrong to interpret it mechanically. Some „radicals“ want to think that the Maoists are simply using the agreement as a tactic, because such compromises go against the spirit of the revolution. However, the truth of Mao`s statement that the total victory of the revolution will take hundreds of years and that a revolutionary force will have to be prepared for all eventualities in the „process of continuous revolution and counter-revolution“ must be recognized, and it cannot rely on formulas. Nepalese revolutionaries` understanding of the „relationship between the party, the army, the state and the people“ is largely based on the fundamental idea of the „rights of the masses to self-determination“ (4). Throughout the history of the people`s war, they have built on coordination with different „autonomous“ movements, even if they have not often become aware of it. There have been occasions when they have been shaken, but have gladly verified themselves. Therefore, the identification of the militaristic aspect of the people`s war in Nepal reduces its history, experience and logic to zero, to mere formulas derived from „teachings“ and „preachings“, even generalizations of past experiences. It is a question of waging the war of men and sacrificing goals in themselves, against their function of „unleashing the creativity and energy of the people and making them the new leaders with more responsibilities“ (5). (6) „Maoists eye multiparty democracy“, interview with Baburam Bhattarai, Washington Times, 30. July 2005, URL: www.washingtontimes.com/world/20050729-110026-1289r.htm (7) Media Interaction by Foreign Secretary M. Shyam Saran in Kathmandu, Nepal on 13 December 2005, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of India, URL: meaindia.nic.in/ (8) Ibid.
4.3. The Nepalese government is making all necessary arrangements, including rations for Maoist fighters, after having placed them in the cantons. 1.1. The name of this agreement is „Comprehensive Peace Agreement“. In short, the agreement must be called a peace agreement. 3.3. Leave no authority with regard to matters of governance of the country to the King. .
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