Sixty seven political parties have registered with the Election Commission (EC) to contest the upcoming Constituent Assembly elections. Seven parties were registered on Tuesday, a day before the registration deadline expires. The EC had started the registration process on May 1.
Most of the major parties UCPN-Maoist, Nepali Congress, UML and the constituents of the Madhesi Front are already registered with the EC. The Federal Socialist Party Nepal led by Ashok Rai got registered on Monday, but a number of parties that are agitating against the government including the CPN-Maoist are yet to come to the EC for registration.
EC sources said the deadline will be extended in view of the possibility of the agitating parties agreeing to join the election process. The alliance of 33-political parties has been protesting against the government’s bid to hold the elections of the constituent assembly. The Election Commission made the provision of registration of the new political parties with 10,000 signatures, while the political parties that have contested the previous poll need to renew the political party.
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