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This year’s Christmas festival brought a ‘surprise’ to Nepal. Pushpaka Mardahar, leader of the Communist Party of Nepal Maoist Center (CPN-MC), who won just his 32 seats in the 275-seat lower house in the recent general election, was appointed prime minister after securing his support. it was done. His seven political parties, including the Communist Party of Nepal-United Marxist-Leninists (CPN-UML), led by arch-rival Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli.
Sher Bahadur Deuba, who believed he was destined to become Nepal’s prime minister and had hoped to become prime minister for the sixth time, said his party, the Nepalese Parliament (NC), won the largest number of seats. Nevertheless, I was disappointed..
Timely elections and the selection of prime minister are the fruits of Nepal’s early democratic process. But the formation of government implies a democratic deficit. CPN-MC, trailing third by just 11% of the vote, will lead a government that eliminates the number one party. Political parties in Nepal have ignored the ‘national mission’.