KATHMANDU: Few days after the High Level Political Committee (HLPC), an intra-party task force of four major political parties formed to assist the Chief Justice led government, decided to request the Election Commission to register the name of left-out voters, the Government and the Election Commission are mulling to re-start the voter registration process.
A meeting held between Chairman of the Interim Election Council, Khil Raj Regmi, and office-bearers of the Election Commission (EC) discussed the preparations for upcoming elections to the Constituent Assembly (CA). The EC briefed Regmi about the preparations made so far for the elections.
A team of commissioners including Chief Election Commissioner, Nilkantha Upreti, informed that the preparations for CA election has reached its final phase and also urged the government to create more congenial political environment for participation of most of the political parties.
Discussion was also held on the issue of extending time for the voters’ list registration in the context. Both the sides discussed the possibility of extending time for voters’ list registration without affecting the election schedule. The issue would be finalized only after holding discussion on its legal and practical impact.
On the occasion, Chairman Regmi, expressed commitment to providing all types of support without hampering the election declared for November 19 as it was the only goal of the government, Election Commissioner Dolakh Bahadur Gurung told media persons after the meeting.
Not only general people senior leaders like Chairperson of Tarai Madhesh Democratic Party Mahanta Thakur left to register their names in the voter’s list.
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