KATHMANDU, March 18: The ruling coalition is unveiling its Common Minimum Program (CMP) today.

KATHMANDU, March 11: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has directed the officials to work in line with the common minimum program of the government to be prepared in the changed political context.

KATHMANDU, April 7: Rastriya Swatantra Party (RSP) has said that it does not agree with the Common Minimum Program of the government. Spokesperson for RSP, Mukul Dhakal said earlier that many topics of the Common Minimum Program of the coalition government with UML have now been left out.

KATHMANDU, April 7: The government is waiving the penalty fee on the tax dues of those businesses that have failed to clear the taxes for a long time. Likewise, the government has also looked forward to allowing such enterprises to pay the due amounts on equal installment basis.

KATHMANDU, April 6: The ruling coalition parties have reached consensus on the government’s common minimum program (CMP). Dev Prasad Gurung, general secretary of CPN (Maoist Center), said that the ruling parties held orientation on the common policies and programs of the government in the meeting of the ruling alliance held at the Prime Minister's Residence, Baluwatar, earlier today.

It goes without saying that corruption is a major problem in Nepal that has undermined the country’s social, economic and political development. Despite efforts to address corruption, it continues to thrive and undermine public trust in government institutions. The fight against corruption requires a concerted effort from all sectors of society and has to be supported by legal and institutional measures

KATHMANDU, Jan 5: The ruling coalition is working to finalize the Common Minimum Program (CMP) of the new government by Friday.

KATHMANDU, Dec 30: Ruling alliance has decided to unveil the Common Minimum Program (CMP) of the new government-led by CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal within the next five days.

KATHMANDU, Dec 29: The ruling parties have decided to present a common minimum program (CMP) in the next five days.

At a glance, the Common Minimum Program was the demand of the Maoist Center, which has been calling for an all-party mechanism to make governance easier. Experts in bureaucracy, administration, and law say that the formulation of such a program seems to have become a fashion in Nepal instead of a necessity.

MCC not a priority for government

August 11, 2021 14:15 pm

KATHMANDU, August 11: The common minimum program introduced by the coalition government led by Sher Bahadur Deuba has ignored the projects under the much-talked about Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC). The previous coalition government of the CPN (Maoist Centre) and Congress had signed the MCC Compact on September 14, 2017.

KATHMANDU, August 8: A report on the common minimum program and work procedure prepared by the ruling alliance’s task force for the operation of government has been finalized.

KATHMANDU, August 6: The Task Force of the ruling alliance formed earlier to draft a Common Minimum Program (CMP) of the government’s day-to-day operation handed over its draft to Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba amidst a special function on Friday. Top leaders of the ruling parties and the Task Force members were present at the function organized at the Prime Minister’s Official Residence in Baluwatar.

KATHMANDU, August 3: The second meeting of the ruling alliance is to finalise the common minimum program and the government operation work procedures today.