Bidya Devi Bhandari re-elected President of Nepal

KATHMANDU: Nepal's first woman president Bidya Devi Bhandari used to be on Tuesday re-elected for a 2d term in workplace.
Incumbent President Bhandari defeated Nepali Congress leader Kumari Laxmi Rai with an vast majority in the presidential election.

Bhandari, 56, won since her nomination used to be sponsored through the ruling Left alliance of the CPN-UML and CPN (Maoist Centre), the Sanghiya Samajbadi Forum-Nepal and other fringe parties.

She changed into Nepal's first woman president in 2015.

With 148 lawmakers in the Federal Parliament and 243 in Provincial Assemblies, the CPN-UML instructions a complete vote of 23,356.


CPN (Maoist Centre) has 65 lawmakers in parliament and 108 in provincial assemblies, which account for 10,319 votes.


The Nepali Congress, which has 76 seats in parliament and 113 in provincial assemblies, has a complete vote of 11,428.


As Sanghiya Samajbadi Forum-Nepal and other fringe parties additionally deciding to support Bhandari, she could simply garner 26,921 votes for her re-election.


An electoral school, together with individuals of parliament and provincial assemblies, will vote in the election.
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