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Hariyali Nepal Party

Hariyali Nepal Party
President Kuber Sharma[1]
Founded 1996[2]
International affiliation Global Greens[3]
Election symbol
Website
nepalgreenparty.com
Politics of Nepal
Political parties
Elections
Part of a series on
Green politics
Sunflower symbol

Hariyali Nepal Party (Green Nepal Party) is a political party in Nepal.[4] The party is registered with the Election Commission of Nepal ahead of the 2008 Constituent Assembly election.[5] It was established in 1997 and is a member of the Global Greens and the Asia-Pacific Green Network.

Kuber Sharma, the party's founding president, briefly held the post of Nepal's Minister for Culture and Civil Aviation in November 2004. Another notable founding member is Maita Lal Gurung.

History

The party was, according to its chairman Sharma, founded by persons previously associated with various political ideals.[6]

The party got 6638 votes in the 1999 legislative election, but no seat.[7]

The chairman of the party, Kuber Sharma, was named Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation minister by King Gyanendra in 2002.[8]

References

  1. ^ United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN) : Activities » Activities Update » Activity Details
  2. ^ Leftist Parties of Nepal
  3. ^ Global Green Party History home page | Global Greens
  4. ^ OPINION (Spotlight Weekly)
  5. ^ पार्टीको सूची – Election Commission of Nepal
  6. ^ OPINION (Spotlight Weekly)
  7. ^ The Maoist People’s War and Human Rights in Nepal
  8. ^ rediff.com: King Gyanendra expands Chand-led cabinet

External links

  • Green Nepal Party: web page hosted on an informal Green parties website
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