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Former-Communist leader elected PM  Madhav Kumar Nepal, an unopposed leader was elected new prime minister, ending nearly three weeks of political uncertainty Communists quit in protest  A key ally of Maoist-led government has withdrawn from the governing coalition in protest at the dismissal of the army chief Maoist leader becomes PM
Alliance of communist parties leading poll results in Nepal


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Dec.8
  The alliance of Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist Leninist) and Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist Center) has won 19 seats


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May.23
May.3


year 2008 Top ^

Aug.15
  Members of parliament have overwhelmingly elected 53-year-old Prachanda as the country's new prime minister

Apr.13
  The former guerrillas have won 40 out of 79 seats. Maoist party has increased its lead as more results are declared from the landmark elections
Apr.12 Ex-communist rebels ahead  Prachanda, the former leader of bloody Maoist insurgency, captured a seat on a new assembly that will chart the country's future Apr.8   Police kill 'seven' Maoists  At least 7 Maoist activist have been shot dead by the security forces after a scuffle between the Maoists and youths

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Mar.30   Maoists to join government
  Former rebels will join an interim government under an agreement reached with governing coalition after weeks of negotiations
Jan.14   Maoists ready to sit as MPs  Maoists who fought a 10-year war are due to enter parliament ahead of elections later this year

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Jun.16 Maoists to join government  The government is to dissolve parliament and set up an interim government that will include the rebels Jun.2 Maoists hold massive rally   At least 200,000 people have taken part in a rally in Kathmandu, the first there by the rebels for 3 years Feb.12 'Exile or trial' for king
  Top Maoist rebel leader has said the only future he can envisage for Gyanendra is exile or trial

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Sep.3 Maoists declare ceasefire  Rebel leader said the Maoists would 'not launch any offensive' during the three-month truce

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Sep.9   Maoists struck town  Rebels struck the town of Sandhikharka, inflicting heavy casualties on the security forces stationed there

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Dec.9 Up to 60 Maoists have been killed
  The army has killed rebels who attacked a telephone repeater station
Nov.23 Raiders kill dozens of police  Maoists have ended a 4-month trucel with attacks that killed 24 police Jul.7 Rebels kill 34 in police attacks
  Suspected Maoist rebels raided 7 police stations killing the policemen and abducting dozens of others


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