Hamro Party differs widely from Nepal’s traditional political parties which are centered around some individuals and families. Key differences are highlighted here.

  1. The central executive committee will never exceed 17 members.
  2. Members of any executive committee of the party cannot take part in any general election. If they wish to do so, they must resign from the executive committee.
  3. Any Nepali citizen who is 18 years or older can be a member of Hamro Party for free.
  4. Party candidates for local, state and national general elections will be elected via primary elections.
  5. A candidate will not be allowed to contest elections from two different constituencies simultaneously.
  6. The tenure of Party President will be 4 years and an individual cannot hold the post for more than one term. [Proposed Amendment to Party Constitution]
  7. No member will be expelled from the Party in the pretext of party discipline unless criminally convicted in a court of law.