KATHMANDU: The Election Commission granted permission to 57 organisations including three international institutions for the monitoring of the November 19 election.
According to information shared at a press conference organised by the Commission here on Sunday, 225 international observers and 5,587 national observers have already been mobilised for the upcoming CA election.
Similarly, the Commission has set up 323 temporary polling stations aimed at the civil servants and corporation staff, army and police, prisoners, the elderly, election staff among others. They will, however, be voting only in the proportional representation system.
Meanwhile, the Commission has also been directing the local police administration to remove the pamphlets and posters pasted at various public places, in violation of the election code of conduct, according to EC Spokesperson Bir Bahadur Rai. (RSS)
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