KATHMANDU: The ruling coalition is set to convene a meeting at the Prime Minister’s Office Residence in Baluwatar this morning, focusing on strategic deliberations surrounding the upcoming National Assembly election and the Truth and Reconciliation bill.
KATHMANDU, Jan 6: The political parties within the ruling coalition, which have agreed to contest the upcoming National Assembly elections scheduled for January 25 together, have submitted their respective claims regarding the number of seats.
KATHMANDU, Jan 6: The main opposition party CPN-UML has prepared to contest all 19 seats in the National Assembly member elections. A meeting of the party secretariat held on Friday started preparations for nominations for all 19 seats, expressing dissatisfaction with “the ruling coalition's attempts to confuse and defame the UML with media trials in the name of cooperation in the election.”
KATHMANDU, July 6: The ruling alliance has expressed its concern over the performance of opposition parties, including the CPN-UML, in parliament on Wednesday, terming it 'non-political' and 'unparliamentary'.
KATHMANDU, July 3: The top leaders of the ruling coalition including Nepali Congress (NC) and the CPN (Maoist Center) have agreed to form a new government under the leadership of Nepali Congress (NC) in Koshi Province.
KATHMANDU, March 12: Four candidates including three from the ruling coalition have fielded their candidacy for the post of vice president as a fresh rift surfaces among the parties in the ruling alliance.
KATHMANDU, Feb 11: The chasm of mistrust in the ruling coalition led by the Maoist center is deepening as the presidential election date is fast approaching. A meeting of the high-level political mechanism led by UML President KP Oli was held at the Prime Minister's Residence, Baluwatar, on Friday morning.
KATHMANDU, Feb 1: After the CPN (Maoist Centre) decided to agree on a 'common person' for the president and not to give the Ministry of Home Affairs to the Rastriya Swatantra Party immediately, there are signs that the future of the ruling coalition is in jeopardy.
KATHMANDU, Jan 24: Deputy General Secretary of CPN (Maoist Centre) and a Member of Parliament (MP) Janardan Sharma has said that there is no problem in the ruling coalition regarding the election of new President.
KATHMANDU, Dec 6: As the time to announce the final results of the elections is approaching, major parties in the country are focused on forming the new government. But before the formation of the government, the issue of appointing the 34 officials in the federal and the province is becoming challenging. Even though the ruling coalition has shown more priority for the formation of the government, the UML is also quietly advancing its preparation.
KATHMANDU, Dec 5: Top leaders of the ruling coalition are attending a meeting which started at the prime minister's official residence in Baluwatar on Monday evening. One of the participating leaders informed Republica that they will review the general elections and discuss the formation of a new government.
KATHMANDU, Dec 5: A meeting of the five-party ruling coalition is being held to discuss the overall situation after the election of members to the House of Representatives and the provincial assemblies.
According to the latest results of the November 20 elections, four of the top five parties are from the ruling coalition. This coalition is sure to be the one on the top. This election may produce a strong government with certain qualified candidates but it will make the country weaker due to the dispersion of votes. The much-needed peace and political stability are far away even after the election, as feared by some political observers.
TIKAPUR, Nov 23: The candidate of the ruling coalition has taken the lead, leaving behind Nagarik Unmukti Party candidate in Kailali Constituency 2. A total of 14,223 votes have been counted so far. Bhagat Baduwal of CPN (Maoist Center) is ahead of Arun Chaudhary of the Nagarik Unmukti Party by 167 votes.
KATHMANDU, Oct 23: The ruling coalition led by the Nepali Congress (NC) is gathering today in Sudurpaschim Province and Karnali Province. The top leaders of the alliance are scheduled to address those gatherings.
KATHMANDU, Oct 17: CPN (Maoist Center) Chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal pointed out the need to forward economic development and prosperity plans simultaneously so as to institutionalize political changes.
KATHMANDU, Oct 11: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba is going to dismiss four ministers representing the Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP) which left the ruling coalition a few days ago. PM Deuba is ready to dismiss the ministers of the party and if that is not possible, he will retain them as ministers without portfolios by Wednesday.
KATHMANDU, Oct 11: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has called a meeting of the ruling coalition. A leader said that in the meeting, they will discuss the issue of rebel candidates outside the alliance and dismissal of the ministers of the Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP) which has left the ruling alliance.
KATHMANDU, Oct 9: The ruling coalition has agreed to provide 7 seats in the House of Representatives and 16 in the Provincial Assembly to Loktantrik Samajwadi Party (LSP) led by Mahantha Thakur as a part of electoral alliance.
KATHMANDU, Oct 8: Along with the distribution of seats among the ruling coalition parties, the candidates of the CPN (Unified Socialists) have also been decided. Based on the constituencies of outgoing MPs and influential leaders of the party, the United Socialist took the number of seats from the alliance.
KATHMANDU, Oct 7: The meeting of the four parties of the ruling coalition for the distribution of electoral constituencies among the alliance parties for the House of Representatives and provincial assembly elections is still underway in Baluwatar until this evening.
KATHMANDU, Oct 2: The Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP) has indicated that it will leave the ruling five-party coalition.A JSP executive committee meeting held on Saturday indicated that it will leave the alliance. The meeting said that the current discussion regarding seat distribution for the upcoming election is not satisfactory and has decided to coordinate with other parties as an alternative to the alliance, and if that is not possible, will contest the election alone.
KATHMANDU, Sept 28: A meeting of the ruling coalition has begun to finalize seats sharing in the elections to the members of the House of Representatives and Province Assembly scheduled for November 20.
KATHMANDU, Sept 27: A meeting of the leaders of the ruling coalition parties on the distribution of seats for the upcoming House of Representatives and provincial assembly elections is currently underway at Baluwatar, the official residence of the Prime Minister.
KATHMANDU, Sept 23: The five ruling political parties are close to agreeing on seat distribution for the upcoming elections slated for November 20. In a meeting held on Thursday at the Prime Minister's residence, Baluwatar, the top leaders gathered to forge consensus on the constituencies of some districts of Madhesh Province.
KATHMANDU, Sept 21: The ruling coalition has concluded that President Bidya Devi Bhandari’s move to refuse to certify the Citizenship Amendment Bill is an insult to and devaluation of the federal parliament.
KATHMANDU, Sept 21: The ruling coalition is holding an urgent meeting today to discuss their future course of action as President Bidhya Devi Bhandari rejected certifying the Citizenship Amendment Bill for the second time.
KATHMANDU, Sept 20: The meeting of the top leaders of the ruling coalition to finalize the direct distribution of seats for the House of Representatives and Province Assembly elections to be held on November 20 has ended.
KATHMANDU, Sept 11: The meeting of the top leaders of the ruling coalition has ended without any agreement on the seat distribution among the coalition parties for the upcoming November 20 elections. The meeting in Baluwatar, which lasted for about four hours, ended without any conclusion over the allotment of seats.