Kathmandu, December 2
The Legislation Committee of the National Assembly has decided to make efforts to forge a consensus among parties on the bill on interrelations among governments at local, provincial and federal levels.
Though the committee itself has a representation of each party, the panel has decided to seek consensus at the leadership level. Consequently, a meeting of the committee decided to hold a separate meeting with top leaders of Nepal Communist Party, Nepali Congress, Rastriya Janata Party Nepal and Samajwadi Party, according to the committee chair Parshuram Meghi Gurung.
Gurung hopes that the top leaders’ guidance will make it easier to finalise the issues.
Likewise, the meeting also decided to hold another discussion with all 59 members of the Upper House about the bill. Gurung says the decision was made as the lawmakers will not have sufficient time to talk about the bill when the Assembly discusses it seeking endorsement.
Published on December 2nd, Monday, 2019 12:37 PM
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