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Cambridge University Press India Private Limited (Cupipl) Nepal Votes For Peace Paperback – 2013
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Nepal has a long history of political struggle and popular uprisings have often threatened the existing regimes of this landlocked, predominantly hindu state in 1996, radical maoists launched what would become the protracted armed struggle known as the peoples war, with the aim of replacing the parliamentary system and the constitutional monarchy with a peoples republic thousands of people died and even more were injured over the next ten years in bitter fighting which ravaged the country and shocked the world the gruesome murder of king birendra, his wife and seven other royal family more international concern about the future of nepal the violence eventually came to an end in 20052006 when the demand for a constituent assembly election was agreed upon the election was members in 2001 prompted finally held on 10 april 2008, marking one of the most significant events in nepals political history because it abolished the countrys 239 year old monarchy and established a multiparty democratic republic this book, penned by the former chief election commissioner of nepal, narrates the countrys transformation from a kingdom to a multiparty democratic republic holding constituent assembly election it also discusses the roles of national and international organizations, including the united nations, in the ongoing peace process of nepal
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