Subas Chandra Nembang, the vice-chairman of the CPN (UML), has submitted a presidential election nomination on behalf of the CPN (UML). On March 9, a candidate for the position of President will be chosen.
KP Sharma Oli, the CPN (UML) chairman, and other officials arrived at the Federal Parliament Building in New Baneshwor to submit the nomination.
Nembang was proposed for the position by Chairman Oli, along with leaders Prithvi Subba Gurung, Gokarna Raj Bista, Raghubir Mahaseth, and Chhabilal Bishwokarma, and was seconded by leaders Yogesh Kumar Bhattarai, Top Bahadur Rayamaajhi, Juli Kumari Mahato, Dil Kumari Rawal Thapa, and Aman Kumar Maskey.
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Nembang, an activist who was born on March 11th, 1953 in Suntalabari, Ilam Municipality 7, entered politics through the All Nepal National Free Student Union. He has been actively involved in politics since 2028 BC and is currently the party’s vice chairman.
Nembang was chosen to represent Ilam-2 in the House of Representatives in 2056 and to represent Ilam-2 in the Constituent Assembly in 2064 and 2070 BS. He was elected to the House of Representatives from Ilam-2 in 2074 and 2079, and in 2056 BS he served as both the chair of the Public Accounts Committee and the deputy leader of the CPN (UML) Parliamentary Party.
Speaker of the House of Representatives in 2063 BC, Speaker of the Legislative Parliament in 2064 BC, Chairman and Speaker of the Constituent Assembly in 2070 BC, and Speaker of the Legislative Parliament in 2072 BC were all positions held by Leader Nembang. In addition, he held the positions of Minister of General Administration and Local Development after 2051 BS and Minister of State for Law, Justice, and Parliamentary Affairs before that.
Prior to entering politics, Nembang worked as a senior advocate and a professor at the Nepal Law Campus.