This timeline follows changing stance taken by UCPN (M) in the past month since the election began.
Created by paavan on Dec 16, 2013
Last updated: 12/25/13 at 09:22 PM
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UCPN (M) agrees to compromise on its demand for a high level probe commission before submission of PR candidates and formation of CA.
A four-hour long meeting of Nepali Congress, CPN-UML and UPCN (Maoist) senior leaders ends inconclusively as parties show no flexibility in their stances.
The 14-member team led by Ai Ping, who is also the focal person of the Communist Party of China for South Asia Affairs, met Dahal and took stock of the post-election situation in the country and the efforts of the political parties to forge consensus on vital issues.
The alliance of 18 parties, led by UCPN (M) meets at the party's office in Paris Danda and reiterates their decision to not participate in the new Constituent Assembly (CA) until an independent high-level investigation committee on election rigging is formed.
Leaders of the three big parties, Nepali Congress , CPN-UML and UCPN (Maoist), hold a three-hour long meeting at the office of Peace Trust Fund in Babarmahal. UCPN (M) formally tables four demands to participate in the CA.
UN Resident representative Jamie McGoldrick inquired about election results and further strategy of the UCPN (M).
Nepali Congress calls on UCPN (M) and CPN-UML for a meeting. The parties decide to takes decisions through the High Level Political Committee.
Nepali Congress and CPN-UML start parleys with UCPN (Maoist) for the formation of a new government and the formulation of constitution.
UCPN (Maoist) makes report on discrepancies during the election. Claims “procedural, structural and policy-level” cheating in the November 19 election.
Election Commission announces the seats for the proportional representation category. UCPN (Maoist) does not attend the meeting but wins 54 seats.
Fourteen parties including UCPN (Maoist) submit a memorandum to the Election Commission (EC) demanding formation of a probe body to investigate potential irregularities during the election.
Vote counting for FPTP category concludes. Final tally:
Nepali Congress 105
CPN (UML) 91
UCPN (Maoist) 26
A meeting of the party's central committee forwards a condition of formation of a high level probe commission to look into vote rigging of the election in order to participate in the CA
Pointing out conspiracy in the election process, UCPN (M) announced that they will stay out of the Constituent Assembly if the counting process is not halted. The party held an emergency press conference on Thursday morning and stated that there has been national and international conspiracy in the election process and UCPN (M) will boycott if the process is not reassessed.
The Election Commission (EC) turns down the request of UCPN (Maoist) to halt the counting of votes in election constituencies across the country
The Election Commission (EC) turns down the request of UCPN (Maoist) to halt the counting of votes in election constituencies across the country. Chief Election Commissioner Nil Kantha Upreti says that the vote counting of the CA election 2013 will not stop until all ballots are accounted for.
The Election Commission begins vote counting throughout the country.
Historic CA election concludes with participation of 122 political parties and over 75% voter participation.