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Parliament to launch discussions on principles and priorities of Appropriation Bill on March 4

26 February 2024  

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KATHMANDU: The parliament is to commence in-principle discussions on the Principles and Priorities of the Appropriation Bill for the fiscal year 2081-82 BS from March 4.

In a meeting of the House of Representatives today, Finance Minister Dr Mahat presented a proposal specifying the need to discuss the principles and priorities of the Appropriation Bill (except taxation).

The parliament is scheduled to commence discussions on the matters from March 4.

As scheduled by Speaker Devraj Ghimire, the deliberations will be held on the principles and priorities of the Bill for seven days beginning on March 4 and concluding on March 17.

Office-bearers of parliamentary parties should register name of lawmakers taking part in the deliberations at the Federal Parliament Secretariat before one hour of the commencement of the session.

The registration shall be made on the basis of the political representation in the parliament.

In the meeting, Federal Parliament Secretary General Padma Prasad Pandey tabled the ‘bill relating to legislation, 2080 BS’ originated in the National Assembly.

The bill was tabled along with the message received from the upper house.

The lower house shall meet again at 11:00 am on March 1.


Publish Date : 26 February 2024 20:00 PM

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