Parliamentary elections are held in the Republic of Nepal. The elections were meant to be held on November 22, 2012 but they were postponed by the caretaker government when opposition parties refused to participate unless Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai resigns. The election commission also said that it needed more time to organize the elections.
The Nepalese parliament is a unicameral, 601-seat Constituent Assembly (Sambidhan Sabha). 240 members are elected by plurality vote in single-member constituencies, 335 members are elected using a closed-list proportional representation system and 26 members are appointed. All members serve for a five-year term.
Because the Nepalese political parties could not agree on the new draft Constitution, the term of the Constituent Assembly was extended. When parliamentarians could not agree on extending the term another time, a caretaker government took over.
The major political parties in Nepal are the Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), the Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist), the Nepali Congress, Madeshi Jana Adhikar Forum Nepal and the Tarai-Madhesh Loktantrik Party.
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