(Nepal) Il Paese si avvia verso l’instabilità politica (fonte: ORF)

Hari Bansh Jha:

After the promulgation of the Constitution in 2015, Nepal conducted its second parliamentary and provincial elections both under the first-past-the-post (FPTP) and proportional representation (PR) system on 20 November. None of the political parties in this election got the most votes to form the government. However, if other things remain the same, the political parties in the ruling alliance, including the Nepali Congress (NC), the Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist Centre (CPN-MC), the Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Socialist (CPN-MC) and the Loktantrik Samajbadi Party (LSP) with the support of fringe party/parties and/or independent candidates have a greater chance of forming the federal government and also governments in many of the states, though the possibility of a stable government at the centre and in the states is remote.

Elections verdict: Nepal heading towards political instability | ORF (orfonline.org)

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