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Proportional Representation Vote count (Update), counting likely to finish on Friday

Proportional Representation vote count is ongoing and is expected to be complete by Friday evening. Interestingly, Nepal Majdoor Kisan Party has made its way to the top ten replacing Janmorcha. However, political parties scoring below 3% of the total votes, that is Bibeksheel Sajha (2.26%), RPP (2.25%), Naya Shakti (0.89%), RPP (D) (0.82%), NWPP (0.64%), currently will have their votes nulled. P...


nepal elections 2017: Proportional Representation Top 10 (Update)

Vote count list for Proportional Representation Candidates for the House of Representatives. In the lead is CPN UML with Nepali Congress close behind. For the House of Representatives, entire Nepal will be considered as a single constituency. Seats to the parties will be allocated proportionately on the basis of the number of votes received. For example if a party gets 10% of the votes, it w...


nepal elections 2017: Provincial Assembly FPTP complete

In the provincial assembly, CPN UML again has the highest with 168 members, Maoist Centre 73, Congress 41, RJP 16, FSFN 24, Naya Shakti 2, Janmorcha 2, NWPP 1, and 3 independent candidates. Counting for proportional representation is ongoing and once complete, each province shall form a provincial assembly. One of the first task of the committee is to set a province name and capital for their r...


Nepal Election 2017: House of Representatives FPTP complete

Counting for directly elected representatives in the House of Representatives is over. From the 165 directly elected members, 80 are from CPN UML, 36 from Maoist Centre, 23 from Congress, 11 from RJP N, 10 from FSFN, 1 each from RPP, Naya Shakti, NWPP, Janmorcha, and one independent from Humla. The following members constitute the MPs and will elect a Prime Minister with a majority. With th...


Communist Alliance ahead of all - Elections 2074

With the conclusion of the federal and the provincial elections on Thursday, Nepal cemented its way towards being Federal Democratic Republic nation. The elections may have been over, but the fever isnt! The nation has been observing the polling results with great interest and enthusiasm, watching the Communist Alliance rake in more than 50% win from the constituencies counted. And where vote ...


Oli elected from Jhapa's Constituency 5

KP Sharma Oli, former Prime Minister of Nepal has been elected from Jhapa (Constituency 5). In a landslide margin Oli had 57139 votes whereas Dr. Khagendra Adhikari, his contender from Nepali Congress had only 28297 votes. ...


NC's Gagan Thapa elected from Kathmandu constituency 4

Intially a nail biting count with Gagan Thapa losing in Kathmandus Constituency 4, things turned around yesterday afternoon. The final count reflected NCs Gagan Thapas 21558 votes and behind him Dr. Rajan Bhattarai with 18,140 votes. Gagan Thapa has been elected from Constituency 4. ...


CPN Alliance claim victory in Myagdi; 2 for CPN UML, 1 for Maoist Centre

With two seats to CPN UML and one to Maoist Centre, CPN Alliance has claimed victory over Myagdi. Bhupendra Bahadur Thapa of CPN UML has won the seat to the federal parliament with 23,308 votes. Behind him was Kham Bahadur Gajurba of Congress with 20,980 votes. In the Provincial Assembly, Maoist Centres Binod KC claimed victory over constituency 1(A) with 14,704 votes. His contender, Bhim Pras...


Deepak Manange wins provincial seat in Manang, UML's Palden Gurung wins federal seat

In Manang, the election counting is over and the seat to the Federal Parliament has been won by UMLs Palden Chopang Gurung. He secured 2300 votes whereas behind him was Congresss Tek Bahadur Gurung with 2021 votes. In the Provincial Assembly, Chinta Bahadur Ghale of Congress won with 998 votes from Constituency 1 A. Deepak Manange wins as Independent Candidate: Rajeev Gurung, also known as...


nepal elections 2017: Which districts to vote on December 7

The second phase parliamentary and provincial elections for December 7 is almost here and Election Commission is confident that it shall hold the elections peacefully. So which districts exactly are voting? Province no. 1 Ilam, Terhathum, Dhankuta, Udayapur, Jhapa, Morang, and Sunsari Province no. 2 Saptari, Siraha, Dhanusha, Mahottari, Sarlahi, Bara, Parsa, and Rautahat. Province no. ...


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