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Rastriya Prajatantra Party राष्ट्रिय प्रजातन्त्र पार्टी Leader Pashupati SJB Rana Founded 1990 Ideology Conservatism, Monarchism, Liberalism,[1] Nationalism,[1] Democracy International affiliation Asia Pacific Democrat Union Election symbol Website http://www.rppnepal.org/ Politics of Nepal Political parties Elections Nepal This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Nepal Government Political history · Constitution Executive President (List) Dr. Ram Baran Yadav Vice President (List) Parmanand Jha Prime Minister (List) Madhav Kumar Nepal Council of Ministers (List) Parliament Constituent Assembly Chairman Subash Chandra Nemwang Vice Chairman Purna Kumari Subedi Judiciary Supreme Court Chief Justice Ram Prasad Shrestha Elections Election Commission Constituent Assembly: 2008 Presidential: 2008 Political parties Administrative divisions Capital Regions Zones Districts VDCs Foreign relations Democracy movement Civil War Other countries · Atlas Politics portal view • talk • edit The Rastriya Prajatantra Party (National Democratic Party) is a Nepalese political party. It is a right-wing pro-monarchy party, formed out of the political elite of the erstwhile Panchayat system, formed on 1990, after reestablishment of democracy in Nepal. In 1997 RPP split after the faction led by pro-monarchy politician Lokendra Bahadur Chand joined a coalition government with Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist), with Chand as Prime Minister. The faction led by Surya Bahadur Thapa allied itself with Nepali Congress and toppled the UML-RPP government. Effectively RPP-Chand began to function as a separate party. In 1998 the RPP-Chand and RPP-Thapa were reunited, after both factions had fared badly in the elections that year. In the 1999 legislative elections, the party won 10.4 % of the popular vote and 11 out of 205 seats. At the third general convention of RPP, held in Pokhara December 2002, Thapa retired from his post as party chairman (which was mandatory according to the party constitution, as he had served two four-year terms). There were three candidates for the party chairmanship; the then general secretary Pashupati SJB Rana, the vice-chairman Dr. Prakash Chandra Lohani and the Central Committee Member Rabindra Nath Sharma. Rana was elected as the new chairman with 735 votes. Lohani got 321 votes and Sharma 135 votes. A new Central Working Committee was elected, consisting of Kamal Thapa, Jayanta Chand, Buddhiman Tamang, Surya Bahadur K.C., Jog Mehar Shrestha, Padma Sundar Lawati, Bikram Pandey Dhurba Bahadur Pradhan, Parsu Ram Khapung, Deepak Bohora, Balaram Gharti Magar, Jagat Gauchan, Khem Raj Pandit, Rajiv Parajuli, Govinda Raj Khaniya, Prem Bahadur Bhandar, Bhuwan Pathak and Narendra Kumar Chaudhary. The convention also elected a 64-member Central Committee.[2][3] The party split again in 2005 when Thapa broke away. His party is today registered as Rastriya Janashakti Party. When the King dissolved parliament, he had appointed RPP leader Kamal Thapa as Home Minister. RPP then suffered another split, with Kamal Thapa forming his own RPP (which later became known as 'RPP Nepal'). In the 2008 election to the Constituent Assembly the party won 8 out of 601 seats. References ^ a b http://rppnepal.org/about.php ^ Nepalnews.com (newsflash) Arc551 ^ Nepalnews.com (newsflash) Arc554 External links Party website Info on the party from FES On the verge of split, article in Spotlight v • d • e Political parties in Nepal Represented in the Constituent Assembly (601) Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) (220) - Nepali Congress (110) - Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist) (103) - Madhesi Jana Adhikar Forum, Nepal (52) - Tarai-Madhesh Loktantrik Party (20) - Sadbhavana Party (9) - Communist Party of Nepal (Marxist-Leninist) (8) - Rastriya Prajatantra Party (8) - Janamorcha Nepal (7) - Communist Party of Nepal (United) (5) - Nepal Workers Peasants Party (4) - Rastriya Janamorcha (4) - Rastriya Prajatantra Party Nepal (4) - Rastriya Janashakti Party (3) - Communist Party of Nepal (Unified) (2) - Nepal Sadbhavana Party (Anandidevi) (2) - Nepali Janata Dal (2) - Rastriya Janamukti Party (2) - Sanghiya Loktantrik Rastriya Manch (2) - Chure Bhawar Rastriya Ekta Party (1) - Dalit Janajati Party (1) - Nepa Rastriya Party (1) - Nepal Loktantrik Samajbadi Dal (1) - Nepal Parivar Dal (1) - Samajtantrik Prajatantrik Janata Party (1) Portal:Politics - List of political parties - Politics of Nepal - List of political parties in Nepal This article about a Nepalese political party is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e