Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba’s Nepali Congress-led ruling coalition was on Thursday on its solution to profitable Nepal’s parliamentary elections and has bagged 58 seats out of 101 declared to this point.
Of the 275 members of Parliament, 165 shall be elected by means of direct voting. The remaining 110 shall be elected by means of a proportional electoral system.
Until now, the Nepali Congress has gained 36 seats and is main in 16 extra. The CPN-Maoist Centre has bagged 9 seats, the CPN-Unified Socialist 9 and the Rastriya Janamorcha and the Lokatantrik Samajwadi Celebration two every. All of them are a part of the ruling coalition. The Maoist Centre and CPN-Unified Socialist have been main in 7 and 1 seats respectively.
The principle Opposition CPN-UML led by former premier Okay P Sharma Oli has gained 22 seats and is main in 27 others.
If tendencies proceed, the NC-led five-party alliance shall be ready to type a coalition authorities.
Elections to the Home of Representatives and 7 provincial assemblies have been held on Sunday. The counting of votes began on Monday.