Coordination Committee of Maoist Parties and Organisations of South Asia

Coordination Committee Of Maoist Parties And Organisations Of South Asia

Coordination Committee of Maoist Parties and Organisations of South Asia

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The Coordination Committee of Maoist Parties and Organizations of South Asia usually goes by its abbreviation, CCOMPOSA. As the name implies, it is an umbrella organization of various South Asian Maoist parties and movements and its purpose is to coordinate their activities throughout South Asia (as well as elsewhere as needed).

Founding Parties

CCOMPOSA was founded in 2001 by the following parties:

Bangladesh



Bhutan



India

(RCCI(M) and MCC merged in 2003 and became MCCI. MCCI and CPI (M-L) (PW) merged in 2004 and became the Communist Party of India )

Nepal



Sri Lanka



Declaration

At CCOMPOSA's second annual conference in 2002, a declaration was issued, outlining the...
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