Polling opened today in 45 districts of Nepal for the last phase of the historic provincial and parliamentary elections that many hope will bring the much-needed political stability to the Himalayan nation. The first phase of the election was held on November 26, with final results not expected for about another 10 days because of the cumbersome vote-counting procedure, officials said.
Three Indians and eight Nepalese were detained in Saptari district for their involvement in anti-elections activities, the police said, adding that firearms have also been seized from their possession.
The voting is taking place for 128 constituencies of Parliament's House of Representatives and 256 seats of Provincial Assemblies in 45 districts.
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In total 4,482 candidates including Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba will be trying their fate in the final phase. 15344 polling centres have been set out for more than 1 crore 22 lakh voters.
According to Chief Election Commissioner Ayodhyee Prasad Yadav, 400 worldwide observers and 45,000 national observers have been monitoring the elections.
With the polling ending at 5 pm, the procedures to start the vote counting will start afterwards.
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The Nepali Congress, the CPN-UML, the CPN-Maoist Centre and the Rastriya Janata Party Nepal, a key Madhesi party, are the main competitors.
Around 200,000 security personnel, including the Army, have been deployed for the polls in an attempt to step up security in the wake of explosions at various parts of the country ahead of the elections.
"The Nepal Police has deputed booth security squads, mobile teams and security personnel in plain clothes for the goal of election security", he added.
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Nepal has been on a long road to democracy since protesters forced the king to give up the monarchy in 2006, which also marked the end of a decade-long civil war.