Analysis > Federalism is the most significant ideological divide in Nepali politics

Voters cast their ballots for Nepal’s general election in November 2022. The Rastriya Swatantra Party’s rise was paralleled by the more surprising but less discussed ascent of two parties from outside Kathmandu — the Janamat Party and the Nagarik Unmukti Party. Photo: ZUMA Wire / IMAGO

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