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NOTICE: FINAL OFFICIAL RESULTS of 2017 NASeA Election

Date of Notice: September 5, 2017
Date of Election:September 3rd, 2017
Time of Election: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Place of Election: Crown Plaza Hotel, Charlotte, NC

Dear President Elect. Mr. Dhakal,

Attached herewith please find the official results NASeA 2017 Election. Manual count sheets with witness signatures have been handed over to the newly elected General Secretary Mr. Krishna Shrestha for record keeping. Anyone who was not present during the Oath ceremony must make plans to contact election chair to conduct official oath before they are eligible to participate in official conduct of business. Appointment letter and certificates have been issued already. Those who have not received yet must contact General Secretary. General Secretary should keep a copy of appointment letters for organizational records.

On behalf of the commission members, we want to thank you for all your logistical support. Please extend our sincere thank you to candidates, voters and volunteers. Congratulations to all the winners. We wish the newly elected team all the best in furthering the mission and ideals of your organization.

Sincerely,

Shaubhagya L. Shrestha
Chief Election Commission

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NASeA proudly contributes $1686.00 to Help Nepal Flood Victims

Please click the link and extend your support now: 
 

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Respected Nepalese Community members and Friends of Nepal in NASeA region and beyond,
Greetings!
 
On behalf of Nepalese Association in Southeast America (NASeA) we express our heartfelt condolence for loss of precious lives due to recent flood in several Terai districts of Nepal. Thousands of people and their livelihoods have been effected by this flood. Once again, our beloved motherland Nepal faces a crisis of Natural disaster and we all need to extend our support. To overcome this situation, NASeA had immediately pledged  $499.00 (Four Hundred Ninety-nine dollars) and generously requested all to be part of this fundraising effort. At this moment, here in USA our hearts and prayer go out to all the victims of flood affected area due to hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana. Let us all be the part of this humanitarian task.  
 
It is my great pleasure to share with you all that during NASeA 29th Executive Committee meeting which was also the last official meeting of the NASeA Executive Committee 2015-2017 held on Sunday, August 27, 2017 unanimously decided to dispatch the fund collected so far to Help Nepal Flood Victims for the immediate Relief work by our two reputed partner organisations Sangsangai (Natsha Wozniak) and Madheshi Association in America’s (MAA). They both have effective ground network in the flood affected area in Terai districts  of Nepal. 
 
As updated by Treasurer Pashupati Neupane  fund received and pledged so far is $1,686.00 from various donors including NASeA $499.00 initial contribution. For your kind information, today $843.00 (Eight Hundred and forty three dollars) has been wire transferred to the Sangsangai  and  Madheshi Association in America’s (MAA) to their respective bank account from NASeA Checking account. Please find the attached wire transfer documents.
 
Once again, I salute you all officers, Advisers, Former Presidents and NASeA well wishers for your immediate contribution towards raising the fund to help and support recent Flood Victims in Nepal.
 
I have copied Natsha, President of Sangsangai  and  Sangit Rauniyar, General Secretary, Madheshi Association in America’s (MAA).  With this note, I humbly request the respective organisations to update the status of  our contribution for the record purposes once the relief work in completed. I extend special thanks to Dr. Anup Srivastav for coordinating with MAA to expedite this humanitarian task.
 
Once again, I salute you all for the contribution and kindly request you all contribute!  If you have not yet contributed please act now and donate your part and touch the hearts of the flood victims: http://naseaonline.org/?page_id=4009  
 
Please visit to find the donors list so far via online and their pledged contribution: http://naseaonline.org/?page_id=4030
 
Always for Nepali American Community and Friends of Nepal! 
 
With Respect,
Bimal Nepal, 
President 
And Executive Members 
Nepalese Association in Southeast America (NASeA)
www.naseaonline.org 
 
Please open the link and Register/Book the Hotel for Joint convention 2017: 
http://jointconvention.org/registration/  

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New Voting hours for upcoming NASeA Election is from 8:00AM to 4:30PM for Sunday September 3rd

Date: August 30, 2017
Subj: New Voting hours for upcoming NASeA Election is from 8:00AM to 4:30PM for Sunday September 3rd
Pursuant to the request received from the NASeA current Board, based on suggestions and requests by the election candidates a request via email was made by the current President Mr. Bimal Nepal to reconsider the originally planned election hours from 8:00AM to 3:00 PM be changed to 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM instead.
Election Commission after deliberation has agreed to alter the time. New time will be from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
Sincerely,
Election Commission

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Further clarification of code of conduct #13 by election commission

Date: August 30, 2017
Subj:Further clarification of code of conduct #13 by election commission
Upon review of the code of conduct, election commission was brought to the attention that current cde of conduct listed below might pose some confusion and conflict. Election commission is publishing the new revised code of conduct to replace the old one with immediate effect.
Old code of conduct rule #13
13. If more than allocated number of persons are marked then for that position entire ballot will be invalid, but it will not affect the other positions. Example: If some one votes for both Presidents but correctly votes for other positions only the votes for President will be invalid and others will be counted. Example 2: If someone checks marks for 16 or more person in the board ballot then entire ballot will be invalid. However if instead of 15 , someone decides to select only 8 then all eight will be counted.
New rule #13 is as follows.
13.
Officer Ballot: In the case of Officers ballot only the position in question will be invalid and votes will not be counted for that position only but all other valid position will be counted.  Example: If some one votes for both Presidents but correctly votes for other positions only the votes for President will be not be counted and all others will be counted.
Board Ballot: If more than allocated number of persons are marked then entire ballot will be invalid. Example: If someone checks 16 or more candidates in the board ballot then entire ballot will be invalid. However if instead of 15 , someone decides to select only 8 then all eight will be counted for appropriate candidates
Sincerely,
Election Commission

 

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