Question on traditional parliamentary system

Question on traditional parliamentary system

Finally, the Nepali Congress, the largest party in Parliament, has been recognized as the main opposition party by the Parliament Secretariat. With Congress as well as the CPN Unified Socialist Party and the Democratic Socialist Party giving a morally and legally no confidence vote to the current prime minister, the parliament has been without opposition. … Read more

Sign of first meeting: everything will be heard loudly in Parliament

Sign of first meeting: everything will be heard loudly in Parliament

25 December, Kathmandu. Addressing the first meeting of the House of Representatives on Monday, Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba congratulated Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda. And pointing to the power equation, he said, ‘May this term of the House of Representatives make a special contribution to the protection, implementation and strengthening of the … Read more

6 parties in ruling party and 6 parties in opposition

6 parties in ruling party and 6 parties in opposition

24 December, Kathmandu. There are currently 12 political parties represented in the House of Representatives. When the first meeting of the House of Representatives takes place on Monday at 1:00 pm, then the ruling party and the opposition party will have half/half. Before the House of Representatives meets, the Secretariat of the Federal Parliament asks … Read more

Even after the 11th vote in three days, the US Parliament did not get a speaker

Even after the 11th vote in three days, the US Parliament did not get a speaker

22 December, Kathmandu. Despite voting 11 times in three days in America, the Speaker of the House of Representatives could not be elected. Republican MP Kevin McCarthy could not be re-elected speaker in the voting held on Thursday in the House of Representatives, the lower house of the US Parliament. According to the BBC, he … Read more

Why did Prachanda rush to take the vote of confidence?

Why did Prachanda rush to take the vote of confidence?

18 December, Kathmandu. A day after the commencement of the session of the House of Representatives, Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal will take the vote of confidence. The meeting of the House of Representatives is starting from 25 January. It is customary for top leaders to address the first meeting. Prime Minister Prachanda will take … Read more

The President’s Office has started preparations for the swearing in of senior members of Parliament.

Pashupati Shamsher Jabra said: No claim in leadership, be unanimous

5 December, Kathmandu. The President’s Office has made preparations to administer oath to the newly elected senior member of the House of Representatives Pashupatishamsher Jabra on Wednesday. According to Tika Dhakal, the communications specialist of the President’s Office, President Bhandari is scheduled to visit Butwal on Thursday. That’s why preparations are being made to take … Read more

Lesson to the court: don’t let this happen anymore

Reduction in the discretionary power of the Chief Justice got legitimacy

26 November, Kathmandu. ‘Don’t be in a position where you cut your own mouth and go unrecognised.’ “I pledge to the Committee with all my heart and soul that I will not renege on the commitment of the Action Plan.” ‘I will not allow the respect for the decision of the committee to be compromised.’ … Read more

RPP’s Pashupati Shamsher will administer the oath to the new MP.

Pashupati Shamsher Jabra said: No claim in leadership, be unanimous

25 November, Kathmandu. Rashtriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) leader Pashupati Shamsher Jabra will administer the oath to the members of the House of Representatives elected in the elections held on November 4. Jabra is the senior member out of 165 directly elected and 110 people who have submitted their names to the Election Commission to be … Read more

How is the government formed, how is the speaker elected?

Counting of votes for Kailali-5 will start from 8 am tomorrow

19 November, Kathmandu. With the announcement of the results of Dolakha on Monday, the counting of votes on 165 direct seats in the House of Representatives has been completed. At the end of the direct vote count Nepali Congress 57, CPN UML 44, CPN Maoist Center 18, United Socialist Party 10, National Independent Party 7, … Read more

50 percent votes cast in 10 polling stations of Dolakha

Voting underway at 10 polling stations in Dolakha

15 November, Kathmandu. A loss of 50 per cent votes was recorded in the re-polling for the members of the House of Representatives and the Provincial Assembly today at 10 polling stations in Dolakha. According to Chief Electoral Officer Diliratna Shrestha, 50 percent votes were cast and the election was conducted peacefully. At present, an … Read more

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