Believing in Democracy for Nepal

994 Words Jan 28th, 2018 4 Pages
The process of democratic promotion in Nepal is very complex. In political and social term Nepal travelled a very long way in the last sixty years. In 1947 when India and Pakistan independent, Nepal was ruled by the autocratic Rana regime. In 1951 Nepal first time attained democracy through an armed revolution against the Rana regime. Then King Mahendra introduced party less panchayat democracy system in 1960. After 30 year of partyless panchayat system Nepal stored multiparty democracy by a mass movement. The panchayat system itself moved in democratic direction with direct election to the national legislature. After that three successful election held in 1991, 1994 and 1999 and two nationwide election for local government in 1992 and 1997. Democracy of that election time was exclusive democracy. In the period of twelve year (1990 – 2002) Nepal had ten governments under multiparty system. It means that Nepal need inclusive democracy because exclusive democracy was not stable. In 2006 Nepal adopt inclusive democracy. Consequently, this time Nepal experienced a big change in his democratic history. This change gives the place for marginalized group in which they participate in elections. Institutions essentially promote different aspect of democracy. Rule of law, elections and human rights affects citizen satisfaction with democracy. After all,…

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