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Left alliance to join province govt. in Province No. 2

Parliamentary party leader of Province No. 2 of CPN (UML) Satya Narayan Mandal has said that Province 2 is likely to have the government with participation of the left alliance. At a programme in Rajbiraj on Monday, UMLs standing committee member Mandal said that efforts are ongoing for the formation of the province government with participation of the left alliance for the development and prosp...


Prime Minister K P Sharma to bring the Madhes-based parties onboard

Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli has taken initiative to bring the Madhes-based parties onboard the government. Two key aides to Prime Minister Oli, who is also the chairman of the ruling CPN-UML, held talks with the leaders of the Upendra Yadav-led Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) on Wednesday. UML Secretary Pradeep Gyawali and the partys senior leader Subas Nembang held negotiations with...


Province 2's CM to seek vote of confidence today

Province-2 Chief Minister Lalbabu Raut is seeking a vote of confidence from the Provicial Parliament today. Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Parliament Ranjit Kumar Yadav said that CM Raut will seek a vote of confidence in the Provincial Assembly meeting to convene at 1 pm today. He will address the provincial parliament meeting and seek a vote of confidence. As per the constitutional pr...


FSFN, RJPN ink deal to form coalition govt in Province 2

Ending over two-month long political speculation, the Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) and Rastriya Janata Party Nepal (RJPN) have inked a deal to form a coalition government in Province 2, the only plain-only province in the country. A meeting between the top leaders of the two parties held at FSFN headquarters in Kathmandu on Saturday agreed to forge the alliance to honor the spirit of ...


NA election final results

The vote counting of the election to the National Assembly has finalized on Thursday morning held on Wednesday in six provinces of the total seven. In Province 2, all eight upper house members were elected unopposed well ahead of the poll day. Other 16 members from the remaining six provinces were also elected unopposed. There are 59 members in the Upper House of which 56 members will be ele...


National Assembly elections: Voting concludes in Province 3

The National Assembly elections in Province 3 have ended before the scheduled time on Wednesday. All 348 voters110 Provincial Assembly members and 238 local level representativesfrom Province 3 cast their votes by 2pm. There are 14 candidates in fray for 8 NA seats from the province. Chief Election Officer Bal Mukunda Dawadi informed that the vote count will begin soon after an all-party ...


Province 2 candidates to receive certificate

The Election Commission will provide certificate to all unopposed elected candidates of Province-2 at 3:00 PM today. Twenty four candidates were elected unopposed including 8 from Province-2. For remaining 32 seats, election is ongoing in 6 provinces. Todays voting will conclude at 3:00 PM. ...


Voting for National Assembly begins

The election for the National Assembly has begun in six provinces with 52 candidates vying for 32 seats. Voting will take place between 10am and 3pm on Wednesday. Voting will be conducted in Province 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7. Voting was not required in Province 2 where all eight candidates have been elected unopposed. Election Commission has said counting of votes will begin right after the poll...


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...


Citizens can now claim elderly allowance at 65

The government on Wednesday decided to lower the age ceiling for the social security allowance, bringing it down from 70 to 65 years. Minister for Irrigation Sanjay Gautam said that since there is increase in average life expectancy of Nepali citizens, the government reviewed the age ceiling and fixed the new one. Nepali citizens who have completed 65 years are entitled to the old age benef...


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