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- Vote count set to begin from Wednesday
- CA Election 2013 a great success, claims CEC Uprety
- Voting concludes in CA Election with about 70 pc voter turnout
- Bajura clash injures five NC, UML cadres
- Four centenarians vote in Baitadi of far-west
- NC, UML clash in Syangja leaves one UML cadre injured
- This CA will deliver constitution, says Oli
- Prez, on walk, inspects voting
- Mourners too exercise their franchise in Dang
- CPN-Maoist loot ballot boxes, voting postponed in Jumla
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Election Bhajan CPN-UML cadres are reciting bhajan with joy, on Saturday, prior to election silence period in Bidur, Nuwakot. Nawadip Ajanabi/Ujyaalo. Now it's my turn Voters, taking their voters' indentity card from the election centres based at Saraswoti Higher Secondary Scchool of Diktel. Daman Rai/Ujyaalo Common Wall: The wall of a residence at Bhaisepati, Lalitpur displays pamphlets of various candidates. Photo: Krishna Guragain/Ujyaalo Team for election Security personnel and staff prepare to head towards election center in Arghakhanchi. Photo: Prem Narayan Acharya/Ujyaalo Here is your share Officers being deployed to election centers receive remunerations from the Election Office in Nawalparasi. Photo: Bidrohi Giri/Ujyaalo
CA Election 2013 a great success, claims CEC Uprety
KATHMANDU, NOVEMBER 19 - Chief Election Commissioner Nil Kantha Uprety has termed the CA Election 2013 a great success. Speaking at a press conference held at the media center of the EC in Kathmandu, Uprety made a preliminary assumption of over 70 % voter turnout throughout the nation. The voter turnout is expected to rise after the counting of votes begins, said Uprety.
Voting concludes in CA Election with about 70 pc voter turnout
KATHMANDU, NOVEMBER 19 - The CA Election 2013 has concluded on Tuesday with an impressive turnout of voters. Even with the alliance led by CPN-Maoist boycotting the election, the election went ahead peacefully throughout the nation with some minor incidents.
Four centenarians vote in Baitadi of far-west
BAITADI, NOVEMBER 19 - Four centenarians have voted in the far-western district of Baitadi. Resident of Sigas of Baitadi Haruwa Dhami, 115, cast his vote from Sigas High School, Raxaul's poll center 'A'.
CPN-Maoist loot ballot boxes, voting postponed in Jumla
JUMLA, NOVEMBER 19 - Voting in two election centers in Jumla's Depalgaun VDC has been postponed, after CPN-Maoist looted ballot boxes on Tuesday. Some 60 cadres of CPN-Maoist looted ballot boxes from the election centers of Tribhuwan High School in Depalgaun VDC.
- Registering nomination of candidates - October 3, 2013
- Publishing list of registered nomination - October 4, 2013
- Filing complaints against candidates - October 5, 2013
- Making decision on nominations and complaints after investigation - October 6, 2013
- Publishing name list of candidates - October 7, 2013
- Withdrawing candidate's name from the list - October 8, 2013
- Publishing final name list of candidates - October 9, 2013
- Providing election symbols to candidates - October 10, 2013
- Voting day - November 19, 2013
Citizen Voice/Have Your Say
People walk for 3-4 hours to vote. The leaders, however, use helicopter to cover a distance of even just an hour's walking distance. Why does the EC not see this?
Ujwal Kharel @uzlkharel
Those who capture booths are cowards, no matter whichever party carries it out. This is a disregard to the people's ballot. The election should be cancelled if the booth is captured.
Bhupa Raj Ekal Yatri
One who can buy you today may sell you tomorrow! Vote without considering notes. Choose the right candidate.
Beni Moktan @beni_moktan
I did want to vote in the CA Election. But, unfortunately, the EC didn't work on allowing the Nepalese living abroad, neither did the political parties. I feel being stripped off my right to vote. It is the constitution of us Nepalese; we write it together. Everyone in Nepal must vote. Don't waste your precious vote. Though I couldn't vote, it felt like being at the election centers due to the updates from Ujyaalo. Lots of thanks to Ujyaalo!
Bharat Khom Raj Upadhyaya, UAE, Abu Dhabi
I had exercised my right to vote in the first election for constituent assembly. But the constitution wasn't drafted. There are greater chances of constitution to be drafted by the second CA. However, hundreds of thousands of Nepalese have been deprived of their right to vote despite their wish to do so. Please find ways to allow us to vote the next time. It is a matter of great misfortune that we, the youths who are living abroad, have been deprived of voting even at the age of information and communications.
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Voices from Overseas
While the leaders of the four major parties claim that the CA Election is for drafting constitution,...Ganga Bahadur Gharti Magar, Damri, Pyuthan, now Jeddah, Saudi Arab
May one party, whichever that may be, receive majority and bring improvements to the nation's co...Pashupati Baral, now UAE
Here is my suggestion for the upcoming CA election. Nepal is facing big problem now as half of the ...Raghu Nath Sah
I read the news regarding- the EC is unable to distribute voters’ i-card to all voters prior t...Nawaraj Nabodit, Abudabi, UAE
- JUMLA, NOVEMBER 19 - Voting in two election centers in Jumla's Depalgaun VDC has been postponed, after CPN-Maoist looted ballot boxes on Tuesday. Some 60 cadres of CPN-Maoist looted ballot boxes from the election centers of Tribhuwan High School in Depalgaun VDC.
- BHOJPUR, NOVEMBER 16 - Two miscreants attacked the UCPN-Maoist' election assembly being held in Jarayotar VDC, eastern Bhojour with two bombs.