April 15, 2009 - Kathmandu, Nepal - A woman in her home. For the last three years, Nepal has been a Democratic Republic. After long years of armed struggle to transform the monarchical regime, Maoism triumphed in the ballot box and the country woke up to a new reality. At least 70 percent of the country's population gave their vote to bring a prime minister into power who will rule

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April 15, 2009 - Kathmandu, Nepal - A woman in her home. For the last three years, Nepal has been a Democratic Republic. Stock Photo
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April 15, 2009 - Kathmandu, Nepal - A woman in her home. For the last three years, Nepal has been a Democratic Republic. After long years of armed struggle to transform the monarchical regime, Maoism triumphed in the ballot box and the country woke up to a new reality. At least 70 percent of the country's population gave their vote to bring a prime minister into power who will rule
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April 15, 2009 - Kathmandu, Nepal - A woman in her home. For the last three years, Nepal has been a Democratic Republic. After long years of armed struggle to transform the monarchical regime, Maoism triumphed in the ballot box and the country woke up to a new reality. At least 70 percent of the country's population gave their vote to bring a prime minister into power who will rule with the promise of communist freedom. At the present Nepal continues to proceed along its path of poverty, while the general mass of people begin to perceive the result of their election, their leaders' gamble remains up in the air, handle a country where the groups in power roughly are trying to keep themselves on the game. (Credit Image: © Narciso Contreras/ZUMAPRESS.com)