Nepali political parties have recently stepped into a new phase of party building. With the restoration of democracy in 1990, political parties, the Nepali Congress (NC) and the Communist Party of Nepal, Unified Marxist-Leninist (CPN-UML) in particular, have undergone a number of distinct transformamore
Nepali citizens accept democracy in its normative and universal sense. Although they are disappointed with the way democracy works, which is reflected in their low level of trust on institutions of democracy such as political parties and parliament, they retain conviction in democracy.
...In Nepal, ethnic identity and national identity overlap largely. Ethnic/regional identity by minorities could challenge the nation, but it appears from the survey that this assertion does not challenge national identity, which remains the prime identity.
Though there is no clear undersmore