KATHMANDU: Despite the calls from the alliance of 33-political parties opposing the elections of the constituent assembly, not to support the elections related activities dubbing it as the interference to internal affairs of the country, the donor community has reiterated its support to the November 19 Constituent Assembly elections.
“Nepal’s development partners reiterate their strong support for Constituent Assembly elections in November 2013 and local government elections thereafter,” a statement issued by acting UN Resident Coordinator Terence D. Jones on behalf of the development partners said.
“Nepal’s development partners appreciate efforts to convene representatives of all political parties to reach agreement on the final parameters of free and fair elections that will lead to an inclusive Constituent Assembly,” says a press release adding,” contributions from development partners to the Elections Commission of Nepal are designed to help ensure that the polls are held on time and are credible and inclusive.”
The 33-party alliance led by Mohan Baidya had urged the international community not to back the ongoing election process, saying that the election held without consensus of all political parties may not give output to the current political situation of the country.
The development partners have emphasized on holding a free and fair Constituent Assembly elections. They have started supporting the election commission and the government for holding the elections.
Meanwhile, the Election Commission has published the voter’s name list on Tuesday. The EC published name list from ward offices of municipalities and offices of Village Development Committees (VDCs).
According to the EC, the voter’s name list with photos has been published to claim any errors. Meanwhile, the EC has given four-day time to correct any errors or to change the addresses if any. According to the EC, the one who has to make changes in the name or any other details has to present a certified true copy.
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