Kathmandu, February 5
The winter session of the Federal Parliament is commencing today. The session was called for 4 pm on Monday by President Ram Chandra Paudel.
Due to a delay in the calling of the meeting, the senior leaders of all major political parties will now address the House on February 7.
However, the agenda for the Parliament meeting will be determined through the deliberations of the Business Advisory Committee.
On the first day’s meeting today, Speaker Devraj Ghimire is scheduled to read out the letter received from the President regarding the convening of the session.
During the session, the Bill accompanied by the suggestions from the National Assembly regarding the Electronic Transaction Bill, 2023, and the National Dignity Bill, 2023, will be presented.
Furthermore, the Minister of Finance, Prakasharan Mahat, is scheduled to present the Economic Procedure and Fiscal Responsibility (First Amendment) Ordinance, 2024, in the meeting.
Along with that, the Minister of Law, Justice, and Parliamentary Affairs, Dhanraj Gurung, will submit a request to address impediments in the House as per Section 42 of the Investigation, Truth, and Reconciliation Commission Act, 2014, based on the decision of the Council of Ministers.