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Nepali Congress, RJP and FSFN forge alliance for National Assembly election

Nepal – Two Madhesh-based parties have forged an alliance with Nepali Congress for the upcoming election of National Assembly scheduled for February 7. In a meeting held at Baluwatar on Tuesday evening with the NC, the leaders from Rastriya Janata Party (RJP) Nepal and Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) have agreed to make the alliance for the election. According to …

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UML out final lists of candidates for NA election

Nepalayatimes Nepal- The standing committee meeting of the CPN (UML) happened at chair KP Sharma Oli’s residence, Balkot, selected the party candidates for National Assembly election slated for February 7. According to the press statement issued by party secretary Pradeep Gyawali, the following candidates are picked up for the election. 1) Nainkala Ojha (Woman), Morang 2) Khem Nepali (Dalit) Morang …

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EC doing activities as per Constitution: CEC Ayodhee Prasad Yadav

Nepalayatimes Nepal: Chief Election Commissioner Ayodhee Prasad Yadav has urged the political parties and their sister organisations not to throw allegations at the Election Commission over the announcement of the election result.   Receiving a memorandum from the delegation led by Chairwoman of Nepal Women Association, Goma Devkota, on Wednesday, Yadav drew the attention of the government not to cast …

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Election Commission to explore PR Result and Seat Today

Nepalayatimes Nepal; The Election Commission (EC) is set to explore on public the number of seats the political parties have secured towards the Proportional Representation (PR) system of the federal and provincial parliamentary elections on Friday. Election Commission Secretary and Election Officer towards PR System Begendra Raj Sharma Poudel noticed that the PR final results will be flash today. He …

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Humla: Independent candidate Chhaka Bahadur Lama has wins

Nepal: Independent candidate Chhaka Bahadur Lama has won the federal election in Humla. According to the final result of District Election Office, Lama secured 8491 votes where his rival candidate from Nepali congress, Mangal Bahadur Shahi has got 8444 votes. In the district, Naya Shakti candidate’s Tul Bahadur Shahi has got 3825 votes and Rastriya Prajatantra Party- Nationalist’s candidate, Devaki …

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FPTP Poll results within four days: EC claims

Nepalayatimes Nepal: The Election Commission (EC) has claimed that final results of the parliamentary and provincial assembly elections under the first-past-the-post (FPTP) electoral system will come within four days of the start of the vote count. Likewise, the final results of the election under the proportional representation (PR) system will come within eight days, election commissioners said. EC Commissioner Ishwari …

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Partly cloudy all over Nepal on the day of Election on Dec 7

Nepalayatimes Nepal: The Meteorological Forecasting Division has forecasted that partly cloudy throughout the country on the day of the second phase of the elections, December 7. Likewise, the division has forecasted light rain in few places in western part of the country, covering Province 4 to7. Issuing a special bulletin on Tuesday, the division has forecasted mostly cloudy in Province …

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Silence period for phase II poll starting from the midnight today

Nepalayatimes Nepal: The silence period for the second phase of the elections to the House of Representatives and State Assemblies commencing from the midnight today, the Election Commission (EC) said. The twin elections are taking place in 45 districts on Thursday, December 7. Election publicity campaign or soliciting voters shall not be allowed once the silence period begins, said EC …

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Voters reach into polling stations from early in the morning

The election of House of Representatives and Provincial Assemblies for the first phase is heppening with excitement today in 32 districts. Voters reach into polling stations from early in the morning as the country started voting at 7 am. People are standing in queuing up with visible eagerness to elect their representatives. Polling officers have been told to manage special …

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