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CA Election Observation

Monitoring the elections for the Constituent Assembly (CA) in Nepal has been a giant endeavor- a synergy of challenge and opportunity. Obviously, the nature of elections for the Constituent Assembly has been quite different than the conventional system of parli...
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Mission and Vision

The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections’- UDHR, Article 21.
NEOC believes in the internationally accepted prin...
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Voter Registration Observation (VRO)
The right of all adult citizens to participate in the affairs of their government is one of the cornerstones of democracy. Perhaps the most fundamental form of participation is voting in free and fair elections. For citizens to exercise their democratic right t...
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Election Monitoring in Nepal

The practice of systematically observing elections by national and international observers in Nepal was incepted by human rights community. The first election with international monitoring mission was organized in 1991 in which more than 72 international and 15...
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At A Glance
National Election Observation Committee (NEOC)
NEOC, a coalition consisting of human rights groups, civil society organizations and distinguished individuals, has come into being in pursuant to the values and principles of universal adult suffrage enshrined in the UDHR and ICCPR. NEOC coordinates the election monitoring process in close cooperation with the Election Commission and other related governmental and non-governmental institutions engaged in electoral education and observ...
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It is not necessary that the election system used for the election of the Constituent Assembly of 2008 be used for the elections of future legislatures. Nor is it essential for the same system to be adopted at all levels—at the national level and at the lower-level units, as Nepal becomes a federation, and at the level of local government. The adoption of some form of proportional representation system seems likely. On the national level, it would be possible t...
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