Nepal Parliament and Province Assembly Election 2079

Nepal is holding the next parliament and province assembly election. Learn more about Nepal’s House of Representatives and Province Assemblies. This page is specially designed to bring the most resources to find all the latest updates about Nepal Parliament and Provincial Assembly Election 2079. We have bring every information from most popular and trusted sources.

On 04 August 2022, the government of Nepal had decided that the country would hold the next parliamentary elections on November 20, 2022. The EC has already established 165 election officers with 77 chief returning officers and 88 returning officers for the election.

Election Milestones (Source: Wikipedia):

16 August Last day for party registration at Election Commission
17 September Tenure of Legislature parliament ends
19 September Parties submit preliminary closed list for proportional representation
28 September Election code of conduct starts
9 October Candidate nomination for first past the post
26 October Closed list for proportional representation finalized and published
20 November Election day

Authentic sources of information about Nepal Election 2079

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Latest News about Nepal Election 2079

The government has decided to grant a four-day holiday during the November 20 elections of House of Representatives (HoR) and Provincial Assembly (PA) members.
The Ministry of Federal Affairs and General Administration (MoFAGA) has urged all 753 local levels to provide their buildings, premises and physical structures for the November 20 elections to the House of Representatives and the Province Assembly.
Altogether 26 candidates contesting upcoming parliamentary elections from Makawanpur district are intensifying their election campaigns.
Up to 20 of its leaders caught up in close fights, projection by the ruling parties gives Nepali Congress 60 FPTP seats.