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Archive for January, 2011


British envoy meets PM

The British Ambassador to Nepal, John Tucknott, met Prime Minister Madhav Kumar at the prime minister’s office in Singha Darbar today. The two discussed the peace process, constitution drafting and issues of bilateral cooperation. Tucknott’s main concern was the implication of UNMIN’s departure. In the meeting, Tucknutt said that the United Kingdom, being a member […]

Maoists CC meeting concludes

The three-day central committee meeting of the Maoists concluded today, endorsing the integrated political paper presented by party chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal. The meeting held at the party headquarters in Koteshwor. The standing committee has been assigned to decide on further work strategy and work allocation. Party Spokesperson Dina Nath Sharma informed that some central […]

All passed

All of the reports of the thematic committees settled by the High Level Taskforce has been endorsed by the parties of the Constituent Assembly. “Today’s meeting of the 27 parties today gave a nod to all the issues settled the taskforce,” said Nepali Congress leader Ramesh Lekhak who was present at the meeting. Though parties […]

Three more

Reports of three more CA committees were endorsed by a meeting of the 27 political today. These reports were earlier passed by the High Level Taskforce formed to settle disputed issues of constitution drafting. The 27 parties approved the reports prepared by the Committee on Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles, National Interest Preservation Committee and […]

Citizenship issues

A meeting of the 27 political parties of the Constituent Assembly (CA) today endorsed the progress made in the high-level political task force about the provisions related to citizenship. The parties agreed to move ahead by incorporating opinions expressed by some political parties. An agreement was reached to review the proposals made by the task […]

Disagreements on provisions for the Judicial system and citizenship

The meeting of political parties of the Constituent Assembly (CA) today failed to agree on the consensus already reached in the high-level political task force on provisions relating to the judicial system and citizenship in the new constitution. The task force had agreed on a separate mechanism for appointment of the Chief Justice and office-bearers […]