Nepal Elections 2022: Elections are to be held on November 20 for 275 members of the Federal Parliament and 550 seats in seven provincial assemblies in Nepal. Earlier, the Election Commission of Nepal has announced a series of measures, including tightening security at polling stations, aerial patrolling and closure of the Nepal-India border, to ensure a “free, fair and peaceful” general election on Sunday. ; Voting can be done. Voting for the parliamentary and provincial assemblies in Nepal will be held in a single phase on November 20. More than 1 crore 79 lakh people are eligible to vote in seven provinces of the country.
Out of the total 275 members of the Parliament, 165 will be elected through direct voting, while the remaining 110 will be elected through the proportional system. Similarly, out of the total 550 members of the provincial assembly, 330 will be elected through direct voting while 220 will be elected through the proportional system.< /p>
Strong security arrangements
CEC said, now we are waiting for the voters to come to the polling stations to cast their votes on 20 November. The election process shall be conducted in a free, fair and peaceful manner.
3 major parties of Nepal…
- Nepali Congress
- Communist Unified Marxist–Leninist (UML) Party
- Maoist Centre
Political parties of Nepal and their heads
- Communist Party of Nepal i.e. UML… whose leader is Khadga Prasad Sharma Olik
- Nepali Congress…. whose leader is Sher Bahadur Deub
- Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist-Centre)…whose leader is Pushpa Kamal Dahali
- People’s Socialist Party (Janata Party)…whose leaders are Manhat Thakur and Upendra Yadav