Ramshay Prasad Yadav became the third Vice President of Nepal, Election Commission announced
This was the third vice-presidential election in Nepal since it adopted the federal democratic republic system in 2008. The term of the Vice President is five years.
The new Vice President of Nepal was elected. The Election Commission of Nepal announced this. Please tell that there was already a possibility of becoming the Vice President regarding Ramshay Prasad Yadav. According to the information, Ramshay Prasad Yadav from Janata Samaj Party, Ashta Lakshmi Shakya from CPN-UML, Pramila Yadav from Janmat Party and Mamta Jha were involved in the race for the post of Vice President in Nepal.
Here, Ramshay Yadav had the support of seven parties, including the three main parties of the Nepali Congress, the CPN-Maoist Center and the CPN-Unified Socialist, making him almost certain to become the Vice President. It is to be known that the Madhesi community in the Southern Terai region of Nepal is mostly of Indian origin.
In Nepal, the votes of 332 electors of the federal parliament and 550 electors of provincial assemblies have a total weight of 52,628. Thus a candidate needs to get at least 26,315 votes to win the election. This was the third vice-presidential election in Nepal since it adopted the federal democratic republic system in 2008. The term of the Vice President is five years.