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Parliament should be a place to amplify people’s voice


30 June 2024  

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KATHMANDU: Chairperson of the National Assembly, Narayan Prasad Dahal, has emphasized that the Parliament should be developed as a place to raise the voice of the people and draft laws necessary for building a prosperous Nepal.

In a message today on the occasion of Parliament Day, Dahal mentioned that the supreme institution of people’s representation is a representation of various ideas, philosophies and political parties.

“We should all express our collective commitment on the occasion of Parliament Day to raise the dignity of the Parliament and to remain honest towards giving people a real feel of democracy and change,” he said.

In the message, Chairperson Dahal has expressed his belief that this day commemorating the day when parliamentary exercise began in Nepal would inspire all people’s representatives, political parties, civil society and media person to become more honest, committed and responsible towards parliamentary supremacy, rule of law and democracy.

Parliament Day is celebrated every year today marking the maiden meeting of the first elected parliament of Nepal on 16 Asar 2016 BS.

Publish Date : 30 June 2024 08:38 AM

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