Election Commission begins compiling new voter listThe Commission began compiling the electoral roll from Wednesday for the federal and provincial elections proposed to be held in the third week of November.
The Election Commission has begun compiling the electoral roll from Wednesday for the federal and provincial elections proposed to be held in the third week of November later this year.
Following the local level elections held on May 13, several eligible voters had complained of being excluded from the voter list even though the government had deployed officials on the ground to collect data in November last year.
To be included in the voter list this time around, one has to fill out an application form available at the District Administration Office, Area Administration Office and District Election Office, according to the Election Commission.
There were 17,733,723 registered voters in the May local level elections.
Here are some photos by Post’s photographer Sanjog Manandhar of people queuing up outside the District Election Office in Kathmandu on Wednesday to register their names on the voter list.