Kathmandu, April 19
Chief Election Commission Dinesh Thapaliya says he wants to reform the election process in the country and has made efforts towards it.
He, however, complains unnecessary doubts about the intention of the Election Commission have made the reform process difficult.
Speaking in a programme organised by the commission in partnership with the Federation of Nepali Journalists and the Press Council Nepal in the run-up to the May 13 local elections on Tuesday, Thapaliya said the commission was making efforts to make the election process fair, dignified and fearless, hence they should not be looked at doubtfully.
He also stated the commission had consulted stakeholders before making its decisions, so they should accept them. ماتشات اليورو 2022
Apparently, Thapaliya targeted his statement at the main opposition CPN-UML which had questioned the commission about trivial issues such as the colour of ballot papers and the allocation of two days for candidacy filing.