Ramesh Prajuli and Susan Garner describe the newly inaugurated library of the Election Commission Nepal (ECN) in Kathmandu. It has centralized old archives into a new building, developed policies hitherto unfamiliar, trained staff and is actively seeking to broaden its clientele to reaches beyond the city boundary. It is primarily a reference library, but in promoting
the ideology of democratic processes in this previous monarchy, it seeks to broaden its influence to outer enclaves.
Read the article in the October 2103 issue of the IFLA Journal (39.3)