Parliament session ended with sloganeering

11 October, Kathmandu. The session of the Federal Parliament (the ninth of the House of Representatives and the tenth of the National Assembly) that began with sloganeering ended with sloganeering. In its session that began on 23 September 2078, the main opposition CPN (UML) adopted a policy of obstructing parliament. On the very first day,… Continue reading Parliament session ended with sloganeering

House of Representatives meeting adjourned for 18 days

11 October, Kathmandu. The meeting of the House of Representatives has been postponed for 18 days. In the meeting of the House of Representatives held on Thursday, the Speaker read out the letter received from the President’s Office regarding the resignation of Gajendra Hamal. Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Dilendra Prasad Badu presented the… Continue reading House of Representatives meeting adjourned for 18 days

MPs got ten leave

September 25, Kathmandu. Tens of holidays have begun in both houses of the federal parliament. After Monday’s meeting, both the House of Representatives and the National Assembly have been given a long leave. Speaker Agni Prasad Sapkota adjourned the meeting till Tuesday, 26 November, while National Assembly Speaker Ganesh Timilsina adjourned the meeting till further… Continue reading MPs got ten leave

Revised finances needs to be handed by September 12

August 25, Kathmandu. A invoice has been launched within the House of Representatives to switch the finances introduced in by the ordinance. The invoice now has a constitutional obligation to be handed by Parliament by 12 September. The Ordinance needs to be launched on the primary day of Parliament and inside 60 days of its… Continue reading Revised finances needs to be handed by September 12

Ordinances being launched in each homes of the House of Representatives and the National Assembly sitting on the identical time

25 August Kathmandu. The House of Representatives and the National Assembly are assembly right this moment. The assembly is scheduled at 1 pm. A attainable agenda is to introduce numerous ordinances in each the homes of the federal parliament. Approval of Oath Ordinance 2078, Railway Ordinance 2078, Social Security (First Amendment) Ordinance 2078, Nepal Police… Continue reading Ordinances being launched in each homes of the House of Representatives and the National Assembly sitting on the identical time

MPs urged to not wait until Chait for corona vaccination

28 July, Kathmandu. The MPs have appealed to the federal government to not wait until Chait for the vaccine towards the Korana virus. In the assembly of the House of Representatives on Thursday, Minister of State for Health Umesh Shrestha knowledgeable in regards to the standing of corona virus an infection, the federal government’s plan… Continue reading MPs urged to not wait until Chait for corona vaccination

Question of MPs: When will the Citizenship Bill be handed?

12 July, Kathmandu. The MPs have demanded that the Citizenship Bill be handed by the Parliament on the earliest. Speaking throughout a particular session of the House of Representatives on Tuesday, lawmakers stated the invoice to amend the Citizenship Act 2063 has been caught within the House of Representatives for 3 years and drew the… Continue reading Question of MPs: When will the Citizenship Bill be handed?

11 Central and State Constituencies are vacant, when will the by-elections be held?

March 30, Kathmandu. Four of the two state legislatures and one of the state assemblies of Karnali, which left the CPN-Maoist center and joined the CPN-UML, resigned on Monday. Ram Chandra Mandal, Jwalakumari Sah, Kundan Prasad Kushwaha and Mohammad Sameer of State 2 are among those who will be relieved of their posts. The mandal… Continue reading 11 Central and State Constituencies are vacant, when will the by-elections be held?

Members of Parliamentary Hearing Committee will not be replaced today, other committee members

March 27, Kathmandu. Members of the Parliamentary Hearing Committee of the Federal Parliament will not be immediately reshuffled. A leader who attended the meeting said the business advisory committee meeting held in Parliament House on Monday in New Vineshwar, Parliament House. Although the members of the hearing committee have not been manipulated, the parties have… Continue reading Members of Parliamentary Hearing Committee will not be replaced today, other committee members

Government ought to take no confidence: Minister Gyawali

March 23, Kathmandu. Foreign Affairs Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali has mentioned that the Supreme Court’s choice on 7 March shouldn’t be construed as a break up of the then Communist Party of Nepal. Responding to a query raised by MPs within the House of Representatives on Monday, he mentioned that the present authorities ought to… Continue reading Government ought to take no confidence: Minister Gyawali