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Name: K. P. Sharma Oli
Date of Birth: 22 February 1952
Marital Status: Married
Nationality: Nepali
Passport No: 1568090
Political Party: CPN (UML)

Addresses for Correspondence:

CPN (UML) Central Office, Madannagar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Office: PO Box 5471 Kathmandu, Nepal.
Tel: 0977-1-4278081/82, Fax: 0977-1-4278084


Balkot-4, Bhaktapur, Nepal
Tel: 0977-1-6630563

Current Responsibilities

Date Position Remarks
2009 to date Chief International Dept of CPN(UML)

2008 to 2009 Chief Dept. of Party School

1999-2002 Deputy-leader Major Opposition Party in the Parliament
2004 to date Chief Department of Party School
1995 to April 2008 Chief Parliamentary Department/Affairs
1992- to date Standing and Central Committee
Member CPN (UML)

1991-2002 Member House of Representatives (Parliament) Nepal
2000-to date Chairman Afro-Asian Peoples' Solidarity Organization (AAPSO), Nepal

1994-1995 Minister Minister for Home (Interior)

April 2006-March 2007 Minister Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of
Foreign Affairs


1970 Arrested for the first time During the autocratic
Party less system
1973 Arrested and imprisoned for 14 years
1987 Released from prison

Brief Political History

Involved in the political activities in 1966 influencing from Marxism-Leninism in 1966. Member of Communist Party of Nepal in Feb-1970 and became the member of area committee in 1970. Started and Involved in underground politics against autocratic party-less Panchayat System in 1970. Arrested for the first time in 1970. District committee member of party in 1971 and Chief of the Jhapa Movement Organizing Committee in 1972. Arrested and imprisoned and put in the various jails and toxic cells for 14 consecutive years from 1973 to 1987. Released from jail in 1987. Central Committee Member of the party in 1987. In-charge for Lumbini Zone till April 1990. Standing committee member and chief of foreign department of CPN (UML) since 1992. Founder president of the National Democratic Youth Federation of Nepal(DNYF), a sister organization of the party in 1990. Member of the parliament in the House of Representatives (HOR) from Jhapa district constituency no. 6 since 1991 and from Jhapa constituency no. 2 in 1999 as well. Chief of the department of publicity and propaganda in 1993. Chief of the Investigation Commission constituted by CPN (UML) to investigate into the Dasdhunga Jeep Accident (May 16, 1993) for the inquiry on death of CPN (UML) the then General Secretary Madan Kumar Bhandari and party's Organization Department Chief Jeeb Raj Ashrit in May 1993. Presidium member of Afro-Asian Peoples' Solidarity Organization Nepal in 1994 and president of AAPSO since 2000. Cabinet Minister: Ministry of Home, from 1994-1995 and others various duties and responsibilities in different times.

International Conferences, Friendships Visit and Tours:

# Representative: Representation of the Nepalese Parliament to the 87th Inter Parliamentary Union conference in Cameroon, Africa, 1992
# Election observer: Presidential election observation in United States of America in November 1992 as the council member of IPU
# Representative: 88th Inter Parliamentary Union Conference in Stockholm, Sweden, 1992
# Friendships visit: Friendships visit to the People's Republic of China on the friendly invitation of Communist Party of China in April 1993
# Government mission leader: Sixth Nepal-Bhutan joint ministerial committee meeting, Thimpu, April 17-19, 1995
# Friendship visit: Friendships visit of the People's Republic of China organized and invited by the Communist Party of China in Aug-Sep, 1997
# Team leader: 80th national conference of Congress (I) in Calcutta, India in 1997
# Friendships visit: Friendships visit of the Democratic Peoples' Republic of Korea (DPR) invited by the government and communist party of Korea in April 1997
# Friendships visit: Friendships visit to the United Kingdom and Germany invited by the British Foreign ministry and the Common Wealth Office and friends in Germany in 1998
# Representative: On the occasion of Bangladesh Awami League's golden jubilee (50th anniversary) in Dhaka, Bangladesh in 1999
# Mission Leader: Delegation of CPN (UML) to the Peoples' Republic of China in the friendly invitation of Communist Party of China in 1998
# Other hundreds of national and international seminars, symposiums, mass meetings and conferences held time to time
# Mission member: Delegation member at the United Nations' new millenium general assembly in the United State of America in September 2000
# Friendships visit: Friendships visit to the Russia (Moscow), Belarus, Cyprus and the United Kingdom
# Attended international meeting in April in Pyong Yang, Korea, 2002
# Visited Japan to Commemorate Hirosima-Negashaki Day and took part in the International Peace Conferences in these places at 2003
# Attended International Conferences in Colombo, Srilanka in 2002 and 2003
# Attended International Conference in Lima, Peru, 2004.
# Led Nepalese delegation in the 61st G.A. of the UN in 2006.
# Led Nepalese delegation in 14th N.A.M (Non Aliened Movement) Summit in Havana, Cuba, in 2006.
# Led Nepalese delegation in the N.A.M. Ministerial Meeting held in Putrajaya of Malaysia in 2006.
# Led Nepalese delegation in the SAARC Ministerial Meeting in Dhaka in 2006.
# Visit in Sri Lanka on the program of 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of Sri Lanka, from 27th August to 29th August.

Country Visited:

Peoples' Republic of China, DPRK, United State of America, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Russia, Cyprus, Belarus, India, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Switzerland, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Sweden, Cameroon, Sri Lanka Japan and Peru, Malysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Phillippines, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Cuba, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, Quatar, Belgium, Netherland, Austria.

Other Information

Papers and Articles: Hundreds of political articles, working papers, interviews, some poems, stories and essays

Language: Nepali, English and Hindi.

Source of Inspiration: Broadly from Marxism-Leninism and from all Martyrs of the world who scarified their life for the betterment of the society particularly from martyr Ramnath Dahal of Jhapa, Nepal.

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