The local level election held today has been completed largely peacefully and successfully apart from few sporadic incidents. There was encouraging participation by people with disability, senior citizens and members of all community, and gender. Compared to the past, the parties, candidates and voters all were more patient and peaceful. Except in
The National Election Observation Committee (NEOC) released their public perception survey on electoral risks management in Nepal. The two-month long survey was done from 1 June to 31 July 2019 using a questionnaire containing at least 40 questions to measure various risk factors that may have compromised electoral credibility in the past.
Read the full report here: Nepal 2017 Mission Final Report SUMMARY OF FINDINGS The general election environment was perceived to be peaceful, with no major incidents that could affect the overall integrity of the results observed. Electoral preparations by the ECN were carried out effectively and smoothly, including the deployment of polling staff,
Preliminary Review of Election Observation PRESS STATEMENT The first phase of local level elections, held after the promulgation of the new constitution, for the provinces number 3, 4, and 6 have been conducted with encouraging participation by the voters on May 14, 2017. Despite few obstructions and time constraints, the Election Commission
CONSTITUTION OF NEPAL 2015 Constituent Assembly Secretariat Singha Durbar We, the people of Nepal, in exercise of the sovereign powers inherent in us, Embracing the sovereign right of the people and the right to autonomy and self-rule, by maintaining Nepal’s independence, sovereignty, geographical integrity, national unity, freedom and dignity, Remembering the
Nepal 2013 Constituent Assembly Elections Asian Network for Free Elections (ANFREL Foundation) FINAL REPORT
Acknowledgements The successful outcome of the second Constituent Assembly (CA) Elections in Nepal is due primarily to the commitment of the people of Nepal to a democratic political transition. Therefore, at the very outset ANFREL would like to congratulate the people of Nepal for showing their faith in the electoral process and
Read the Full Report Here: Nepal Interim Report CA 2013 For Immediate Release Kathmandu, Nov 21: Today, the Asian Network for Free Elections (ANFREL) released its Interim Report on the Constituent Assembly elections held on 19 November 2013. The report contains observations about the elections based on findings of ANFREL's 50 observers deployed
Election observers from different parts of Asia have converged in Nepal under the banner of the Asian Network for Free Elections (ANFREL)-Foundation, the regional observer group which has been invited to observe the November 19 Constituent Assembly (CA) elections. ANFREL observers who are trained professionals in election observation represent various institutions and
Report on Preparations for the Second Constituent Assembly (CA) Elections in Nepal, 2013 PART I A. Political Backdrop and holding of the second CA elections The Election Commission of Nepal in its latest announcement made on September 8, 2013 said that the second Constituent Assembly (CA) elections would be held on schedule
ANFREL Member NEOC observed important pre-election meetings between political parties and the National Election Commission of Nepal [embed width="650" height="850"]https://anfrel.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/NEOC_Pre-Election-Monitoring_1.pdf[/embed] NEOC_Pre-Election Monitoring Report Download
National Election Observation Committee (NEOC, Nepal) Holds Dialogue On the “Constitutional Deadlock & Pursuit for a Fresh Poll” in Nepal
NEOC holds a much needed dialogue on the constitutional deadlock facing Nepal, 3rd February (See more pictures below)Download the Press Statement from the Dialogue here or read it embedded below: NEOC Press Release For more info on Nepal, visit NEOC's website at http://neocelection.org [embed width="650" height="850"]https://anfrel.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/NEOC-Press-Communique.pdf[/embed]
The Asian Network for Free Elections (ANFREL) recently released a chart assigning a score for political rights and civil liberties to 30 countries in Asia. The chart can be viewed below.
View Full Report (PDF) ANFREL deployed a total of 100 election observers for Nepal's Constituent Assembly elections - 20 long-term observers who observed the pre-election environment, election day, and the post-election process, and a further 80 short-term observers who focused on election day. The mission was the largest ANFREL has ever organised,