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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 1500 local monitors observed the elections coordinated by NEOC. In 1994, during the mid-term polls, NEOC hosted more than 50 international and almost 3000 national observers to monitor the elections held on two different phases. Similarly, NEOC was reformed in 2002 when the date for the General Elections was announced. However, the elections could not take place in the scheduled time due to extremely difficult political circumstances followed by unfavorable political climate.