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Leftist alliance task force and the leaders of the two parties have come upon an agreement

As the provincial assemblies schedule their first meetings, a task force of the left alliance has agreed on a power-sharing deal for six provinces on a 70:30 ratio between the CPN-UML and the CPN (Maoist Centre). Since the Madhesi alliance of the Sanghiya Samajbadi Forum-Nepal and the Rastriya Janata Party, Nepal has a majority in Province 2 Assembly, the two parties are preparing to form a gov...


Leftist alliance inch closer to power sharing, framework expected today

The recently organised task force by the Leftist alliance in Nepal is inching closer to their power sharing model in the provincial governments and assemblies. An announcement is to be expected today. With the alliance leading the polls in six of the seven provinces, and the members of the provincial assemblies meeting from February 1 to 5, the task force has expedited their work. It is mo...


Unveil PR parliamentary poll results pronto: Leftist alliance

Leftist alliance has demanded that the results of parliamentary elections under the proportional representation category be published without further delay. CPN-UML leaders including Bhim Rawal, Subas Chandra Nembang, Maist Center leader Krishna Bahadur Mahara, Barsha Man Pun, on Monday met with Chief Election Commissioner Ayodhee Prasad Yadav and asked him to make public the elections results...


Leftist alliance will not be allowed to waver: Alliance top leaders

The chairpersons of the two main parties in the Leftist alliance have asserted that although there might be attempts to undermine the unity and collaboration between them, such attempts would be foiled. Addressing a book launching programme here on Saturday, the top leaders said that they entered into an electoral alliance for rendering political stability in the country and taking it toward p...


Leftist alliance party unification from Friday

CPN UML and CPN Maoist shall sit on Friday to formally unify the two parties. The sitting will draw plans to complete party merger. The committee comprises senior leaders of both the parties including CPN-UML chair KP Sharma Oli and Maoist Centre chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal. ...


Yet another political deadlock looms large following elections
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Yet another political deadlock looms large following elections

With the historic elections to the federal parliament and provincial assemblies over, the nation has now entered into a new political course of constitution implementation per se. This is the first election to be held in accordance with the constitution promulgated by the Constituent Assembly comprising the elected representatives of the people. All the three levels of elections as envisioned b...


PM Deuba to step down only after formation of National Assembly

Prime Minister Deuba has said that he shall not step down until the formation of National Assembly is complete. The Leftist alliance is increasing pressure asking PM Deuba to step down but Congress leaders have asked Deuba not to bow down to pressure but only leave once the National Assembly (Upper House) is formed. NC leaders argue that the federal parliament remains incomplete without the Na...


Oli says election won't be halted following explosions in some places

CPN (UML) chair KP Sharma Oli has said the second phase of the elections to the House of Representatives and State Assemblies scheduled for December 7 would not be halted despite attempts to terrorise the election atmosphere by bomb blasts in some parts of the country. Addressing a joint election assembly organised by the Leftist alliance at Gaighat-based Tharuhat Stadium Saturday, he said the...


Dahal says he wishes to trigger final push for development

CPN (Maoist Centre) chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said he wished to trigger a significant push for development in the country. While talking to journalists here today, leader Dahal who is also the House of Representative election candidate from the Chitwan constituency no 3, he pledged to engage himself to the development of the nation as per the interests of the people. Have a trust on me...


Traffic disruption by Leftist alliance in New Baneshwor, violating EC Code of Conduct

Yet again, the Election Code of Conduct has been violated. This time by the Left Alliance (CPN UML and CPN Maoist Centre). The following line has been quoted from the Election Code of Conduct: No procession or mass meeting, rally, assembly, gathering or campaign shall be organised or cause to be organised by causing obstruction to public transportation In New Baneshwor Chowk, just outside...


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