Kathmandu (Nepal): This time Nepal election results would see a change in Government with an allaiance of two major communist parties forming the next government.
Nepal’s Election Commission has released preliminary results on Saturday and they show that the alliance of Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist Leninist) and Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist Center) has won 19 seats in the National Assembly and is leading in 81 other constituencies.
There are 165 seats in the assembly which are directly elected and 110 seats are allocated to parties based on proportional representation.
Sudheer Sharma, editor of the popular Kantipur newspaper says that “This is a clear indication that the Left alliance will get more than majority votes needed to form a government.”
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said the elections marked “a historic moment for Nepal in implementing its federal structure as enshrined in the 2015 Constitution.”
Nepal government needs political stability because development has taken back seat for its instability in government. In the past 11 years, Nepal had seen 10 Prime Ministers.
The earthquake which occurred in Nepal in 2015 had killed 9,000 people and thousands of homes were destroyed. But, till now only 4 percent have been rebuilt.