The Maoist Information Bulletin (MIB)

Information Bulletin of the Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist)

      The MIB of the CPN(Maoist) began appearing in 2001. So far we have only the early issues, up to #17 in 2007.

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  • Issue #1     No date given - Late 2001
  • Issue #2     No date given - Early 2002
  • Issue #3     No date given - 2002
  • Issue #4     September 15, 2003
  • Issue #5     September 28, 2003
  • Issue #6     October 25, 2003
  • Issue #7     December 15, 2003
  • Issue #8     January 20, 2004
  • Issue #9     March 28, 2004
  • Issue #10   December 15, 2005
  • Issue #10 (en Español)   15 de diciembre de 2005
  • Issue #11   January 2006
  • Issue #12   February 2006
  • Issue #13   February 2006
  • Issue #14   March 2006
  • Issue #15   April 2006    [Unfortunately the 3 photos in this issue are missing.]
  • Issue #16   August 2006
  • Issue #17   July 2007    [Not available in one single file.]
          — Editorial: “An Indispensable Mass Movement”
          — Interview: With Jose Maria Sison.
          — National: “MJF Government Accord, a deception”, by Sanjay Kumar.
          — International: ILPS - Urgent protests of arrest of Jose Maria Sison.
          — Report: “Red Army in the Dragon Kingdom” [Bhutan], by Deepak Adhikari.
          — Review: Of annual policies of the government, by Suresh Ale Magar.
          — Solidarity: With Nepalese Revolution, by Com. Basant.
          — Press Releases: 6 different statements.
  • [Later issues of the MIB will be posted if we can obtain them.]


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