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#683 ( 29 November-5 December 2013 )
The centrist Nepali Congress and UML shouldn’t see this as a winner-takes-all mandate
#682 ( 22-28 November 2013 )
Nepalis were disillusioned with the candidates on offer, not with democracy. That is the main take-home for the political parties.
#681 ( 15-21 November 2013 )
Most voters regard this as a parliamentary election and not one to elect a Constituent Assembly. Wonder why?
#680 ( 8-14 November 2013 )
The criteria for electing a candidate has changed. This time, voters are asking: does he have blood on his hands?
#679 ( 1-7 November 2013 )
The Nepali people have always shown that they are wiser and have more common sense than those who want to rule over them
#678 ( 25-31 October 2013 )
The 12.3 million Nepali voters have no illusions about an election that is being foisted on them
#677 ( 11 - 24 October 2013 )
If the November polls are truly free and independent, most of the disgraced leaders of the past should be voted out
#676 ( 4-10 October 2013 )
#675 ( 27 September - 3 October )
#674 ( 20 - 26 September 2013 )
The more things change, the more they remain the same
#673 ( 13 - 19 September 2013 )
#672 ( 6-12 September 2013 )
#671 ( 30 August-5 September )
Not having a missing relative present is ever-present pain for families of the thousands who were disappeared during the conflict
#670 ( 23-29 August 2013 )
Some of the economic challenges Nepal faces are beyond our control, but many of them are a direct result of our own incompetence
#669 ( 16-22 August 2013 )
If you want to understand why Nepal is still poor, there is your reason. With this kind of plunder and impunity, the country doesn’t stand a chance
#668 ( 9-15 August 2013 )
For a party to refuse to go to the polls because it may not fare well, undermines democracy and its own credibility
#667 ( 2-8 August 2013 )
Nepal cannot afford to wait till it straightens out its politics to rescue the economy
#666 ( 26 July-1 August 2013 )
Elections will focus everyone’s minds on the future, a future that most politicians seem reluctant to face
#665 ( 19-25 July 2013 )
The good news from public opinion polls is that Nepalis haven’t given up on the parties, but they will not vote for crooks and liars from the past
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#664 ( 12-18 July 2013 )
If the parties are going to decide everything anyway, what is the point of having a large and expensive Constituent Assembly
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