Kathmandu, February 9
The Nepali Congress is holding an emergency meeting of the party’s Central Working Committee to discuss how to operate its provincial parliamentary party structures.
The meeting has begun at 9 am at the Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba’s official residence in Baluwatar.
Deuba’s personal secretary Sher Bahadur Deuba says the meeting will take initiatives to draft a statute to regulate provincial parliamentary parties.
Earlier, CWC member Minendra Rijal was assigned to draft the statute. Rijal will present his report to the CWC today and it is expected to get endorsed today itself.
Meanwhile, the meeting will also discuss contemporary political issues including new government formation, selection House of Representatives members for proportional representation category and candidacy in provincial state positions.
Likewise, the issue of whether Deuba should resign to clear the way for new government formation will also be discussed.
Published on February 9th, Friday, 2018 10:28 AM
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