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Nepal celebrates Republic Day as a national holiday. It celebrates the anniversary of the first assembly of Nepal’s Constituent Assembly on May 28, 2008, which ended the Shah rulers’ 240-year reign and declared Nepal a republic. The formation of the republic brought an end to a nearly decade-long civil war. Every year on Jestha 15, according to the Nepali calendar, the republic day is observed. A military parade in Kathmandu and many small-scale programs organized by various government departments across the country are among the festivities.
Nepal as we know it now was founded in 1768, and it was ruled by that[who?] until 1951. The monarchy had little real power, and the prime minister and other government roles were made hereditary. The Rana oligarchy was overthrown in 1951 due to discontent with the Rana administration. Following the end of the Rana dynasty, the kingdom was a constitutional monarchy, but in 1960, King Mahendra suspended the constitution and assumed absolute authority under the Panchayat government. After the People’s Movement ended the Panchayat system in 1990, constitutional monarchy was restored, and King Birendra instituted significant democratic reforms.
For the first time in 32 years, an elected government was constituted in 1991. The new government’s policies, on the other hand, resulted in an economic downturn. The Maoist movement, which began in the early 1990s, eventually became a full-fledged civil war. The Democracy movement, which emerged from the seven-party alliance in 2006, ended the civil war and propelled the Maoists into mainstream politics. In 2008, the Constituent Assembly was elected, signaling the end of the monarchy and the establishment of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal as a parliamentary republic.