English | Dzongkha Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Druk Kuenphen Tshogpa, second new party in the offing

Another new political party is in the making. Druk Kuenphen Tshogpa, is the second new emerging political party likely to enter the political scene in the 2018 parliamentary election.

BKP chooses Dasho Neten Zangmo as party president

Dasho Neten Zangmo is Bhutan Kuen-Nyam Party’s new president. The former president Sonam Tobgay said he voluntarily resigned in favour of Dasho as the country deserves someone better.
“The country deserves much more than me,” said former party president Sonam Tobgay at a press conference held this morning to announce the appointment of Dasho Neten Zangmo […]

Former ACC Chairperson joins Bhutan Kuen-Nyam Party

The Former Chairperson of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Dasho Neten Zangmo joined Bhutan Kuen-Nyam Party (BKP) to contest for the 2018 parliamentary election.

DNT opens its first regional office

Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa (DNT) opened its first regional office today in Phuentshogling coinciding with the auspicious Zhabdrung Kuchoe.

Not even half voted for election of LG vacant demkhongs

Almost 5,000 electorates went to polls for the election of remaining 60 vacant seats of the Local Government, yesterday.

SJ receives no postal ballots for upcoming LG election

The Election Office in Samdrup Jongkhar has not received a single postal ballot for the upcoming local government election to fill the vacant Demkhongs. Yesterday was the last date for receiving postal ballots.

ECB advises people to refrain from activities involving public gathering

The third parliamentary election for National Council is likely to take place between February and May and the National Assembly between August and October, next year.

New Gup elected for Dangchhu Gewog

Pemba, 34, is the new Gup-elect of Dangchhu gewog in Wangdue Phodrang.

Druk Gaki Tshogpa, a new party in the offing

A new political party is in the making. Druk Gaki Tshogpa is likely to enter the political scene in the 2018 parliamentary elections.

Children’s Parliament passes 17 resolutions

The second session of Bhutan Children’s Parliament passed 17 resolutions after a three-day deliberation. The resolutions range from youth-related issues to reforms in the national education system, among others.

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