See the latest Nepal election result. We have shown you the latest election result of Nepal of all parties of Nepal. Election was held on mangsir 4 and the result is coming frequently from different areas of Nepal. Every Nepali citizen is excited with the upcoming result of Nepal election.
This Election result of Nepal is of great importance and really much more valuable. The winning candidates of the election is going to Assembly for making a constitution.
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Initial results showed the Nepali Congress winning a plurality of the first-past-the-post seats with 105 of the 240 seats; the CPM-UML close behind with 91; and the CPN (Maoist) far behind, winning just 26. Smaller parties and two independent candidates won the remaining 18 seats.335 seats were allotted by proportional representation using a modified Sainte-Laguë method of allocation.
The UCPN (Maoist) leader Prachanda protested the conduct of the election, alleging fraud, and threatening to withdraw from the Constituent Assembly.However domestic and international pressure mounted and various political leaders from Nepali Congress and CPN UML urged Unified Maoist to accept the peoples verdict and get involved in the process of a peaceful CA. Subsequently an internal assessment by the party concluded vote-rigging was not the cause of the party’s defeat and mentioned “misrepresentation of the party on issue of federalism and the party’s split” as reasons for defeat.On December 25, 2013, the UCPN (Maoist) offered unconditional support to the Nepali Congress to from the next government following the signing of a four-point deal between the NC, CPN(UML), UCPN (Maoist) and Madesbadi parties that agreed to form a parliamentary body to investigate election irregularities.
In response to the allegations of fraud leveled by the Maoist and smaller parties, Chief Election Commissioner Nilkantha Upreti affirmed the elections were “concluded in a free, fair , impartial and credible manner” and urged voters “not to believe in such misleading publicity” about the fairness of the elections.