Maoist Centre’s Radhika Tamang elected Province 3 deputy speaker unopposed

File image: Radhika Tamang

Hetaunda, February 11

CPN-Maoist Centre’s Radhika Tamang has been elected the deputy speaker of Province 3 Assembly unanimously.

The Provincial Assembly meeting held in Hetaunda of Makawanpur today announced her election as no other member filed nominations for the position. CPN-UML’s parliamentary party leader Dor Mani Poudel had proposed her for the position and it was supported by the Maoist Centre’s parliamentary party deputy leader Kumari Moktan.

The two left parties have already agreed to share key positions in provinces where they have a majority.

The 34-year-old leader is a former state minister at the federal government and a central member of her party.

Earlier on Saturday, the Assembly elected CPN-UML’s Sanu Kumar Shrestha the speaker, unopposed.

Published on February 11th, Sunday, 2018 12:41 PM

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