Tag: KP Sharma Oli

PM defends bureaucracy reshuffle law, accuses Congress of provoking staff

Kathmandu, January 6 Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has accused the main opposition Nepali Congress party of provoking civil servants to come to the streets against the Staff Adjustment Ordinance that the government introduced to facilitate the reshuffle of staff at federal, provincial and local levels. He defends that the new ordinance is better than […]

What’s blocking CJ nomination: Congress mahasamiti or its interest in CIAA posts?

Kathmandu, December 12 The Constitutional Council meeting could not recommend the name of new Chief Justice on Wednesday as well after Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba did not show up. Deuba is a member of the Council in his capacity of the main opposition leader in the Federal Parliament. However, he has been repeatedly […]

Govt is not as successful as expected, but we don’t have any alternative: Dahal

Pokhara, December 11 The chairman of ruling Nepal Communist Party, Pushpa Kamal Dahal, has conceded that the incumbent government led by his party’s another chairman KP Sharma Oli has not become as successful as expected. He, however, says no one has to seek for any alternative to the government; rather they should make efforts towards […]

From the Kathmandu Press: Friday, December 7, 2018

Decisions of the Cabinet meeting held earlier this week have received the biggest coverage on the front pages of major Nepali and English broadsheet dailies published from Kathmandu on Friday. In particular, the newspaper editors and reporters are most concerned about the decision to relocate the ministers’ residence from Pulchok to Bhainsepati and establish state […]

PM defends his participation in controversial Asia Pacific Summit

Kathmandu, December 6 Amidst mounting criticism for his participation in and the receiving of an award from the controversial Asia Pacific Summit earlier this week, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has defended both. Speaking on a weekly television show on Wednesday evening, the Prime Minister said he knew why the decision to take part in […]

NCP accuses Nepali Congress of demanding share in constitutional positions

Kathmandu, December 5 Two days after the Constitutional Council failed to nominate the next Chief Justice, sources close to the ruling Nepal Communist Party have accused the main opposition Nepali Congress of intentionally deferring the discussion as it wanted some share in vacant constitutional positions. On the Council meeting on Monday, Congress president Sher Bahadur […]