Published On: April 13, 2023 08:03 AM NPT By: Republica | @RepublicaNepal
It is a shame that the Prime Minister Dahal has failed to give full shape to the cabinet, and this is a matter of great concern for the country.
It has been almost four months since the formation of the cabinet led by Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal, but it still has not been given full shape. It is a shame that the Prime Minister Dahal has failed to give full shape to the cabinet, and this is a matter of great concern for the country. According to Article 100, Clause 2 of the Constitution of Nepal, Dahal agreed on the division of ministries within the new coalition on March 30. Although Dahal expanded the cabinet on March 31, Prime Minister Dahal himself is overseeing six ministries. Those in the government say Prime Minister Dahal Dahal has been struggling to form a full cabinet due to internal tensions within the Nepali Congress (NC), which could not agree on the division of ministries. The NC has got eight ministries in the 10-party alliance. Although the NC participated in the government with four ministers, it could not choose the remaining four ministers and one minister of state due to the lack of internal consensus.
The fact that the Prime Minister is still overseeing six ministries is a matter of concern for the country. How will he be able to deliver when it takes such a long time to give full shape to the cabinet itself? This is a question that needs to be answered urgently. The government has many important tasks that need to be addressed, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, the country's economic development, and addressing the needs of the people. The delay in the formation of the full cabinet is a reflection of the lack of leadership and consensus among the parties. It is not just the Nepali Congress that is responsible for the delay, but all the parties involved in the coalition. This is a matter of concern for the people of Nepal who need a government that can work efficiently and effectively to address their needs.
It is essential for the political leaders to set aside their differences and work together to form a full cabinet that can address the pressing issues facing the country. The government must be able to deliver on its promises to the people, and this can only be done with a full and functional cabinet. The delay in giving full shape to the cabinet also raises questions about the Prime Minister's ability to lead the country. It is the responsibility of the Prime Minister to ensure that the government is functioning properly and that the needs of the people are being addressed. The fact that the Prime Minister is still overseeing six ministries after almost four months is a clear indication that he is unable to provide effective leadership.
The government must act swiftly to complete the cabinet and address the pressing issues facing the country. The COVID-19 pandemic has created a health crisis that requires immediate attention, and the economic fallout from the pandemic has left many people struggling to make ends meet. The government must be able to provide the necessary support to those in need and ensure that the country is on the path to recovery. As the prolonged delay to give full shape to the cabinet is a matter of great concern for the country, it is high time the political leaders set aside their differences and work together to form a full cabinet that can address the pressing issues facing the country. The Prime Minister must provide effective leadership to ensure that the government is functioning properly and that the needs of the people are being met.
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