24 June, Kathmandu. Preparations have been made to pass the Constitution Amendment Bill ‘Fast Track’ presented by changing the map including Limpiyadhura in Parliament. The bill, introduced in the House of Representatives on June 3, is to be tabled for in-principle discussion on Tuesday. According to the Rules of Procedure of the House of Representatives,… Continue reading Amendment of the constitution: what is the government thinking? What does the Congress say?
22 June, Kathmandu. A bill has been filed in the National Assembly demanding that the law include social security allowances given to serious women and persons with disabilities. National Assembly member Prakash Pantha on Thursday filed a non-government bill and demanded the same. Currently, the government is using the executive power of the Council of… Continue reading Bill seeking to keep single women and disability allowance filed in the Act
June 20, Kathmandu. Members of the main opposition Nepali Congress have reached the Parliament Secretariat to file a proposal to amend the constitution. Others representing Congress MPs Chitralekha Yadav, Pradeep Giri, Amresh Kumar Singh, Tejulal Chaudhary and Terai Madhes are about to file the Constitution amendment proposal as a non-government bill. Singh, who is in… Continue reading Congress MPs to file Constitution Amendment Bill in Parliament Secretariat
The main opposition party, the Nepali Congress, is preparing to block parliament if the government does not form an all-party parliamentary inquiry committee in the recent Rukum West incident. After a local from Chaurajhari Municipality-8, Soti of Rukm West attacked a youth of Jajarkot on Saturday, killing five people and one is still missing. Congress… Continue reading Who said anything in Parliament about the Rukam murder case?
18 June, Kathmandu. The budget brought by the government for the upcoming fiscal year 2077/78 is under discussion in both houses of the federal parliament (House of Representatives and National Assembly). MPs have hotly debated the budget in Parliament. The pros and cons argue. They are trying to prove their arguments and ideas through history,… Continue reading The ruling MP said the budget discussion was ‘useless’
18 June, Kathmandu. The government is preparing to bring the constitution amendment bill in the meeting of the House of Representatives today. Law Minister Dr. Shivamaya Tumbangfe has a possible agenda for Parliament to introduce the Constitution Amendment Bill. The constitution is being amended to include an updated map of Nepal. The bill, which was… Continue reading Again, the Constitution Amendment Bill was placed on the agenda
June 3, Kathmandu: A meeting of the Secretariat of the ruling Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) has concluded that it will proceed according to the Parliament’s decision on the MCC agreement under consideration in Parliament. The meeting concluded that the budget schedule would be changed if Parliament did not approve the MCC. The meeting decided… Continue reading Conclusion of CPN Secretariat: Whatever Parliament does about MCC, it happens!
The Committee on State Management and Good Governance under the House of Representatives has directed the government to vacate thousands of Indian border areas. The meeting of the committee organized to discuss roads and embankments constructed by the Government of India in the border area has directed the government to remove physical infrastructure and human… Continue reading Instructions to the government to expel Indians from Dasagaja
14 June, Kathmandu. Nepali Congress MP Vimala Nepali has demanded that the Dalit youth killed in Rukum be declared martyrs. Nawaz BK of Rana village of Bheri municipality of Jajarkot is shocked by the news of death of an alleged high caste girl due to a love affair. All those who lost their lives in… Continue reading Demand for declaring martyr Dalit youth killed in Rukum
14 June, Kathmandu. The parliamentary party of the ruling Communist Party of Nepal (CPN-M) has been studied and suggested under the leadership of Subhash Chandra Nemang. Noting that the tenure of the Nemang-led committee had come to an end, Speaker Agni Sapkota moved a resolution on Wednesday. Which is unanimously passed by the House of… Continue reading Parliamentary Suggestion Study Committee headed by Nemawang expanded