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Ruling coalition’s meeting taking place at 3 pm today

To take final call on MCC

17 February 2022  

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KATHMANDU:  The ruling alliance is holding a decisive meeting to take a decision on the US grant assistant millennium challenge corporation (MCC) today.

Prime Minister Deuba called the meeting following the meeting with CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal alias Prachanda.

According to Prachanda’s personal secretary Ganga Dahal, the meeting with the top leaders of the ruling alliance has been called for 3 pm Thursday.

Prachanda had reached Baluwatar soon after the meeting of his party’s parliamentary party. Prime Minister Deuba and Maoist Center Chairman Prachanda dwelled on the issue regarding the US grant assistance millennium challenge corporation (MCC) and his party’s decision.

In the parliamentary party meeting of the Maoist Center held Wednesday morning, Prachanda said the MCC could not be tabled in the meeting of the House of Representatives (HoR) slated for yesterday.

Prachanda said, “The ruling alliance has not reached consensus on the issue of the MCC. The main opposition CPN-UML has been obstructing the parliament for a long time. The MCC cannot be endorsed in the status quo.”

In the meeting, the Maoist Center also warned that it would quit the government if the government tabled the MCC Compact without the consent of the ruling partners.

Publish Date : 17 February 2022 07:57 AM

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