This is how the power distribution of the seven provinces is happening in the alliance

Power The power distribution of the provinces is being discussed within the alliance. The distribution of Chief Minister, Speaker and Deputy Speaker is being discussed between Congress, Maoists and United Socialists. Prime Minister and Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba has been narrating the accounts of the alliance to the provincial parliamentarians who reached Baluwatar to lobby the Chief Minister. According to Prime Minister Deuba’s secretariat, the state parliamentarians who are candidates for chief ministership from the Congress have already met with Deuba.

It is understood that Deuba has not promised anyone the position of Chief Minister, saying that the share in the alliance will be decided after the selection of the parliamentary party. According to an official in the Congress, the Congress has a claim in all the seven provinces as the largest party in the alliance.

He said, “Within the coalition, we are a big party in all the seven provinces. It is natural for friends from all provinces to aspire to lead the government. According to that, they have been meeting the leaders.

According to him, even though the Congress has claimed the leadership of all seven provinces, it has to give up the leadership of at least 3 provinces. The official told Ratopati that in the discussion with the Congress leaders, the Maoists demanded that the Maoists lead in 3 provinces and the Unified Socialists in 1 province.

The Maoists have held the position that they should take the leadership of Karnali, Province 1, Sudurpaschim Province in the first phase, while the Unified Socialists have also claimed the leadership of the Sudurpaschim Province. In Madhes, Gandaki, Bagmati and Lumbini, it has been found that Maoists and United Socialists did not demand initial leadership.

In Madhes province, there is a situation where public opinion wants to join the power coalition and LOSPA has claimed the Chief Minister. But Congress leaders say that in the first phase, Congress will lead Madhes province itself.

According to the leaders of the second level, who are in dialogue with the leaders of the coalition parties, the discussion has progressed by leading all the provinces in turn. The Congress is ready to take the Civil Liberties Party along with it to form the government in Sudurpaschim and Lumbini.

According to Baluwatar sources, although two-thirds of the alliance is in the Far West, discussions are underway to get the support of the Civic Liberation Party in Lumbini Province to participate in the Far West government.

The Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the Provincial Assembly have also got a place in the alliance with the Chief Minister. A Congress leader who participated in the discussion of the alliance said that since the Maoists and the United Socialists have advanced the dialogue in the package, the difference in the shares of the Speaker and the Deputy Speaker is also being discussed. According to him, it is understood that the Congress will get 3 seats in the Speaker of the State Assembly, the Maoists will get 2 seats, the United Socialists and any Madhesist party that will join the alliance will get 1 seat each.

According to high sources of the Congress, the Deputy Speaker will be from the Congress instead of the Speaker being sent by the Maoists and the Unified Socialists. Where the Congress gets the Speaker, sometimes the Maoists and somewhere else the Unified Socialists will get the Deputy Speaker. According to the leader, the Madhesist party in Madhes province can get the speaker and the deputy speaker can be any one of the coalition Congress, Maoists, United Socialists.

Province 1

It has become mandatory to form a coalition with JSP to form the government in all the seven provinces. In Province 1, it is not possible to form a government without an alliance with Jaspa. In the 93-member provincial assembly, neither the ruling coalition nor the CPN-UML-led coalition has been able to win a majority without the support of JSP Nepal. The support of at least 47 MPs is required for a clear majority in the state assembly.

CPN-UML has won a total of 40 seats in the Provincial Assembly, 25 directly and 15 proportionally. The RPP, which has coordinated with the UML, has won a total of 6 seats, 2 directly and 4 proportionally. UML and RPP together have only 46 MPs. The support of Jaspa, which has one seat for this alliance, is mandatory for the majority.

On the other hand, the Nepali Congress has won 17 direct seats and 12 proportional seats in a total of 29 seats from the ruling coalition. The Maoist Center in the same alliance got 9 direct seats and 4 proportional seats in total 13 seats. Similarly, the CPN United Socialists got a total of 4 seats, 3 directly and 1 proportionally.

Together with these three parties, the ruling coalition has only 46 MPs. It seems that Jaspa, which also has one seat for this alliance, will be decisive for the majority.

Madhes Province

In Madhes province, the ruling coalition has started the homework of forming a government with the LOSPA and public opinion. 54 MPs are needed to form the government in the 170-member Madhes Assembly. However, no party has this number. CPN-UML has become the largest party in the provincial assembly with 23 MPs, while the Congress is in second place with 22 MPs. Jaspa 16, Janmat Party 13, LOSPA, 9 Maoist Center, 8 Integrated Socialists, 7 MPs.

There are 6 independent MPs in the Madhes Assembly, while 2 MPs from RPP, Federal Socialist Party and Civil Liberties Party have got one MP each. It seems more likely that the government will be formed with the support of 59 MPs including Congress, Maoists, Janmaat, Integrated Socialists and LOSPA.

Bagmati Province

In Bagmati province, the ruling coalition has a comfortable majority to form the government. 56 seats are required to form the government in the 110-member provincial assembly.

Here there are 65 MPs with 37 from the Congress, 21 from the Maoist Center and 7 from the United Socialist Party. There are 27 MPs with UML, 13 with RPP, 3 with NEMKIPA and 2 with our party.

At present, the ruling coalition has a substantial majorityis With the support of 65 MPs, it seems that the government will be formed under the leadership of the ruling coalition in Bagmati Province.

Gandaki Province

In Gandaki province, Congress has 27 MPs as the first party, UML has 22 MPs and Maoist Center has 8 MPs. There are 2 MPs from RP and 1 MP from United Socialist Party. Deepak Manang, who was unopposed by running as an independent candidate from Manang, has entered the United Socialist Party.

In the 60-member Gandaki State Assembly, 31 MPs are required to form the government. With 27 MPs from Congress, 8 from Maoists and 36 MPs from the United Socialist Party, this coalition will have a comfortable majority. Even if one person is made Speaker, there are 35 people.

Lumbini Province

In Lumbini province, the Congress has started trying to form a government under its leadership by combining all the parties except the UML.

The support of 44 MPs is required for a majority in the 87-member state assembly. But in Lumbini, not only any party but also the ruling coalition has not been able to get a majority.

Here he has won only 41 seats out of a total of 87 MPs. While 44 seats were needed to form the government.

It is understood that 3 Maoist leaders will also support the alliance by rebelling against the alliance and becoming independent candidates. It is seen that along with the independent party, the Civil Liberation Party will also support the alliance.

Karnali Province

The ruling coalition has a comfortable majority in the 40-member provincial assembly. The coalition has won 28 seats out of the 21 MPs needed to form the government.

In Karnali province, Congress has won 14 seats, Maoist Center 13, UML 10 Samajwadi and RPP one seat each.

Sudorpaschim Province

The ruling coalition has reached the majority in the 53-member Sudurpaschim Pradesh Assembly. Of the 26 MPs needed to form the government, there are 19 from the Congress, 11 from the Maoists and 4 from the United Socialist Party. There is a possibility that the Civil Liberation Party, which has 7 MPs, will also participate in the government. UML has 10 MPs and RPP has 1 and one independent MP.

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