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EC calls application for poll observation; RPP urges district leaders to nominate candidates for CA poll


KATHMANDU: Although it is still not clear whether the elections would take place on November or not as the major political parties and the government are yet to convince dissenting parties, the Election Commission has called on national and international communities to apply for the observation of the upcoming Constituent Assembly (CA) elections with new provisions.

The Commission has made the call online for the first time. The deadline for submitting applications is till September 10. The new provisions are for making the election monitoring reliable and acceptable at par with world standard.

As per the new provisions, the election observation body should compulsorily visit 100 voting centers in all mountain, hilly and Terai regions. Besides, those going for election observation for the first time should have an academic qualification of proficiency certificate level.

The Commission wants to discourage the trend of visiting only the poll centers which are easily accessible and not in remote belts and make the election monitoring disciplined and reliable.

As many as 148 domestic organizations and around sixty thousand people had been involved in the observation of the first CA election, whereas 854 representatives from 30 international organizations took part in the monitoring. Of them, only 36 domestic bodies and eight international bodies had submitted the monitoring report to the Election Commission.

In another incident, Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) has urged its district leadership to nominate name of the candidate s for the upcoming Constituent Assembly election.

A meeting of the national working committee urged the district committees and leadership to nominate five names for first-past-the-post system and three names for the proportional representation at all the 240 constituencies across the country.

The meeting also decided to hold a campaign for the CA election slated for November 19. The party has already formed a Manifesto Drafting Committee which will prepare the party manifesto for the upcoming CA election.

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