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The National Assembly (Nepali: Rashtriya Sabha) was the upper house of parliament in Nepal during the 1990 Constitution. Nepal (नेपाल) is a Landlocked country in South Asia. The politics of Nepal function within a framework of a Republic with a Multi-party system. The politics of Nepal function within a framework of a Republic with a Multi-party system. The History of Nepal (नेपालको इतिहास is characterized by its isolated position in the Himalayas and its two dominant neighbors India Constitution of Nepal: presently Nepal has no permanent Constitution. The position of Prime Minister of Nepal was created in 1799 Few of Nepal's Prime Ministers have carried a democratic mandate The position of Prime Minister of Nepal was created in 1799 Few of Nepal's Prime Ministers have carried a democratic mandate Girija prasad Koirala (गिरिजा प्रसाद कोइराला born 1925 is a Nepalese politician and the President of the Nepali Congress, a On January 15 2007 the Pratinidhi Sabha, the legislature of Nepal, was dissolved and a new Interim legislature was formed The Nepalese Constituent Assembly is a body of 601 members formed as a result of an election that was held on April 10, 2008. The Supreme Court of Nepal is the highest Court in the Nepalese Judicial system. Elections in Nepal gives information on Election and election results in Nepal. An election for a Constituent Assembly was held in Nepal on 10 April 2008 after having been postponed from earlier dates of 20 June The constitution of Nepal provides for a Multi-party system The parties The general rule on naming applies Kathmandu (काठमांडौ येँ is the Capital and the largest city of Nepal. Nepal is divided into 14 administrative zones (अञ्चल which are divided into 75 districts (जिल्ला Nepal is divided into 14 administrative zones (अञ्चल "anchal" which are divided into 75 districts (जिल्ला "jilla" The 14 administrative zones (अञ्चल of Nepal are subdivided into 75 districts (जिल्ला Nepal has traditionally maintained a non-aligned policy and enjoys friendly relations with neighboring countries especially India and China. The Democracy movement in Nepal has been active for many years but usually applies to one of two movements The Nepalese Civil War (labelled People's War by the Maoists was a conflict between Government forces and Maoist rebels in Nepal Information on politics by country is available for every Country, including both De jure and De facto independent Nepali is an Indo-Aryan language spoken in Nepal, Bhutan, and some parts of India and Myanmar (Burma Nepal (नेपाल) is a Landlocked country in South Asia. It Nepal had 60 members, 10 nominated by the king, 35 elected by the House of Representatives and the remaining 15 elected by an electoral college made up of chairs of villages and towns. Nepal (नेपाल) is a Landlocked country in South Asia. The King of Nepal was traditionally known as the Mahārājdhirāja (श्री 5 महाराजधिराज his queen was known as the Badāmahārānī The House of Representatives (Pratinidhi Sabha was the lower house of Parliament during the 1990 Constitution in Nepal. The legislature had a six-year term, and could be dissolved by the king.
On January 15, 2007, the Rashtriya Sabha was dissolved as both chambers of parliament were substituted by an unicameral interim legislature. On January 15 2007 the Pratinidhi Sabha, the legislature of Nepal, was dissolved and a new Interim legislature was formed