Nepal Election 2013: Background Information

Ushaft's Blog

This is the second blog post in my election-updates series. The first one is here. The first post contains the definition of the Nepalese “echo chamber,” a theme which will be referred to throughout this series.


It is easy to predict the past. That’s the favorite hobby of most people you’re used to reading from Nepal. The predictions of the 2008 election results is an interesting case. Initially, many people including this blogger were led to believe that everybody in Nepal was a complete fool (except the echo-chamber, of course) who had no clue about what was going on in Nepal’s villages and streets. Many people had predicted that the Maoist party would not be the largest party, but they turned out to be, in an election that was declared free and fair. Some others, especially the echo chamber this blog-series hopes to provide you an alternative for, were…

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