Communist Party of Nepal (United) (1991–2005)

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Communist Party of Nepal (United) was a political party in Nepal. In 1991, after the first general election, through the merger of Communist Party of Nepal (Democratic), Communist Party of Nepal (Burma) and Communist Party of Nepal (Amatya). Both the Burma and Amatya-led factions did however break away from the party soon after the merger.

The general secretary of CPN(United) was Bishnu Bahadur Manandhar and the deputy general secretary Ganesh Shah.

The youth wing of the party was called Nepal National Youth Federation. Its trade union wing was called Nepal Trade Union Federation.

Following the February 1, 2005 royal take-over in Nepal, both Manandhar and Shah have been arrested.

In 2005 the party merged with the Communist Party of Nepal (Marxist) and formed the Communist Party of Nepal (United Marxist).

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