Druk National Congress – Democratic (DNC-D) issuing a press release today has decided to re-organize its wing organizations including the Druk National Youth Congress– Democratic (DNYC-D) which was formed on July 5, 1998, after a meeting held recently in its exile working office.
It also appointed Karma Chojey as a new president of the organization with 11 Central Committee members.
“The other CC Members will take the oath of office within an appropriate and stipulated time and launch its peaceful programs and activities inside the country,” the release reads.
Meanwhile, the party also said to continue in its efforts for materializing the right to repatriation of all Bhutanese refugees to their homestead with safe and dignity.
The statement furtehr said that the DNC-D is working towards strengthening its organisational base both in and outside the country. “In the process, the Party had several rounds of meeting with its senior members from inside Bhutan, who are not happy and benefited by the introduction of the so-called democracy, and looking forward working more collectively, vigorously and consistently aiming to usher in true, vibrant and inclusive democracy, which is to fulfil the
expectations and aspirations of all the citizenries of Bhutan, adds the release.
“The DNC-D looks forward working cohesively with all the parties, organizations and individuals for achieving a comprehensive solution to the prolonged political, human rights and humanitarian problems in Bhutan”, adds the statement.