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Federal Socialist Party

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Federal Socialist Party

Federal Socialist Party, Nepal
Leader Ashok Rai
Headquarters Kathmandu, Nepal
Youth wing Federal Youth Federation
Ideology Identity based federalism
Constituent Assembly
5 / 601
Website
http://federalsocialist.org
Politics of Nepal
Political parties
Elections

Federal Socialist Party (aka Sanghiya Samajbadi Party) is a political party of Nepal led by Ashok Rai formed in 2012. This party had 5 members in 2nd constituent assembly. This party merged with Madhesi Jana Adhikar Forum, Nepal and Khas Samabesi Party in Jun 2015 to create Sanghiya Samajbadi Forum which is now 5th largest party in Constituent Assembly.

External links

  • Federalsocialist.org
  • Thehimalayantimes.com
  • Ekantipur.com
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