KATHMANDU, Oct 15: Political parties have submitted the closed lists for the proportional representation in the elections of House of Representatives and State Assemblies at the Office of Election Commission at Kantipath in the capital city on Sunday.
The Election Commission had fixed the time for submitting the closed list from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on Sunday. Different 30 parties had paid the registration fees and submitted the list.
NC submits PR name list for both elections
The Nepali Congress (NC) has submitted the closed name list under the proportional representation for the elections to the federal parliament and State Assemblies to the Election Commission.
According to NC party office Chief Secretary Krishna Prasad Poudel, the closed list for the federal parliament includes the names of 110 proposed candidates while 220 have been recommended for the State Assemblies election. The ratio for the Khas Arya candidacies for female and male towards the federal parliament is 17: 17 while the ratio for ethnic female and male is 16:16.
Likewise, four female and three male have been picked from the Tharu community, eight female and seven male from the Dalit community, nine female and eight male from the Madhes community and three female and two male from the Muslim community. For the federal parliament, the list proposes 57 female and 53 male.
CPN (MC) submits closed list for proportional representation
The CPN (Maoist Centre) has submitted a closed list for the proportional representation in the elections of House of Representatives and State Assemblies at the Office of the Election Commission in the capital city Sunday afternoon.
The party leaders including Spokesperson Pampha Bhusal reached the EC Office to submit the list. Bhusal shared that they submitted the list before 5:00 pm as EC had fixed the time for submitting the closed list from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
The closed list was submitted in accordance with the spirit of the constitution considering the inclusive representation, she added.
As many as 110 parliamentarians will be elected under the proportional representation system in the federal parliament.
According to Bhusal, the party submitted the names of 57 women and 53 males for federal parliament. RSS