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PM holds consultation with Ministry regarding giving business to parliament

30 January 2024  

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KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has held discussions with the Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs on the topic of giving business to the Federal Parliament during its winter session commencing from February 5.

PM Dahal called the Ministry officials to his office in Singha Durbar this afternoon and held discussions on the preparation of bills to be presented in the parliament upcoming session, the Prime Minister’s Office Secretariat stated in a press release.

It is stated that during the meeting, the Prime Minister stressed on giving business to the parliament and making the parliament session effective at a time when there are criticism that the previous session could not play an effective role in making laws.

“There is this assessment that the parliament could not carry out exemplary works in terms of law formulation last year. There is also the opinion that the government too could not provide business to the parliament, but this should not be the case this time,” the PM said, giving directives to the Ministry.

Calling upon the Ministry to make preparation for registering maximum bills immediately after the commencement of the parliament session, he directed the Chief Secretary to follow up on this and the Ministry to bring bills in coordination with all the ministries.

“Prepare well for this. The parliament should be assigned business in a systematic way. Work in such a manner that there is no that compliant this time,” he added.

Government Chief Secretary Dr Baikuntha Aryal said the bills that have undergone the legal evaluation and also the financial responsibility assessment should be promptly forwarded to the parliament, urging the Ministry to make the required preparations for the same.

Ministry secretary Udaya Raj Sapkota shared that the Ministry has carried out the required homework on the bills to be presented to the forthcoming parliamentary session and preparations have been made so that some of these bills can be tabled immediately after the start of the session.

He informed the meeting that works would be carried out in a swift manner in the context of additional bills.


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