Nepal Votes For Peace was written immediately after the April 2008 Constituent Assembly election, drawing mainly on the experience of the former Chief Election Commissioner. It discusses the context of Nepal's peace process, which began in 2005 and also identifies the political challenges to the Constituent Assembly election, and the reasons for the two postponements. The book charts the progress of Nepal from a traditional centralized unitary state towards a modern federal state. Penned by the former Chief Election Commissioner of Nepal, this book narrates the country's transformation from a kingdom to a multiparty democratic republic holding Constituent Assembly election. It also discusses the roles of national and international organizations, including the United Nations, in the ongoing peace process of Nepal.