Nepal's PM Deuba and Prachanda agreed on the formation of the new government, know what was the result
Nepal's Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and Nepal Communist Party President Pushpakamal Dahal Prachanda have agreed to form a new government in the country by continuing their five-party ruling coalition on Saturday. During this, the current political developments were discussed between the two leaders, and the possibilities of the formation of a new government were also discussed. Let us tell you that till now the results of 150 seats have been declared under the direct voting election system in Nepal's parliamentary elections, out of which the Nepali Congress-led coalition has won 82 seats.
Nepali who got how many seats
165 seats of the country's 275-member House of Representatives are elected by direct voting, while the remaining 110 seats are elected through the proportional election system. To get a clear majority in the House, a party or coalition needs 138 seats. The Nepali Congress alone won 51 seats under the direct voting system. Its allies CPN-Maoist Center and CPN-Unified Socialist won 16 and 10 seats.
The opposition alliance got 49 seats
Democratic Socialist and National People's Front got four and one seat respectively. All of them are part of the ruling coalition. The CPN-UML-led opposition alliance led by former Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli got 49 seats. CPN-UML has won 38 seats. While its allies Rashtriya Prajatantra Party and Janata Samajwadi Party have won six and five seats respectively.
Maoist Center got more than 8 lakh votes
The newly formed Rashtriya Swatantra Party has won seven seats. Nagrik Unmukti Party has got 30 seats while Nepal Workers and Peasants Party and Janmat Party have won one seat. Five seats have gone to the independents. The Republica newspaper reported that the Nepali Congress came second with 18,39,884 votes, while the CPN (Maoist Centre) came third with 8,11,315 votes.