House passes two bills relating to finance

Published On: October 6, 2017 09:07 PM NPT

KATHMANDU, Oct. 7: The Friday meeting of the Legislature-Parliament passed two bills relating to finance which are directly associated with the implementation of constitution. 
The meeting passed the 'Bill on Intergovernmental Finance Management' and 'Bill on National Natural Resource and Finance Commission'. 
In the meeting, Finance Minister Gyanendra Bahadur Karki tabled the bills for approval stating that management was made for the distribution of means and resources as per the aspiration of the constitution and the issue of central government's support was made more systematic. 
The House meeting passed the bills with majority of votes after the discussions. 
Likewise, the meeting passed the Bill on Finance Commission. 
On the occasion, Minister Karki urged the House to pass the bill stating that formation of the commission was inevitable to make a basis for the distribution of the means and resources in all three layers of governments. 
Similarly, Minister for Health Giriraj Mani Pokharel tabled the bill on 'Rapti Health Science Academy, 2074' for discussion which the House meeting approved unanimously. 
During the meeting, President of Development Committee Rabindra Adhikari tabled the Annual Report of the Development Committee, 2074. 
Meanwhile, the House meeting was postponed due to shortfall of required number of the lawmakers. 
The next meeting of the House is scheduled to be held at 1:00 PM on Sunday. RSS

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