23 August, Kathmandu. President of CPN-Unified Socialist Madhav Kumar Nepal has remarked that it’s shameful for CPN-UML to speak about structure and regulation.
“It is a shame that they (UML MPs) are talking about the Constitution and the law,” Nepal advised reporters on the Parliament House, Naya Baneshwar advanced.
The UML took motion in opposition to Madhav Nepal and 14 different MPs who left the UML to kind the CPN-Unified Socialist Party with out registering with the get together. However, the UML has termed 14 MPs as non-parliamentary, questioning the speaker’s function.
On Wednesday, the UML raised the slogan ‘non-MPs shouldn’t be allowed in Parliament’. Asked by journalists about this, Speaker Nepal stated, “We are elected parliamentarians and we are legitimate as per the constitution and law.”