CIAA and Corruption in Nepal

February 13, 2023 07:50 am

Despite the Constitution of Nepal 2015 envisioning a clean, efficient, fair, transparent, and corruption-free public administration, poverty and social injustice in the country continue to thrive due to rampant corruption in public, private, community-owned, and even non-governmental sectors. Policy corruption causes the country to lose billions of rupees in revenue annually, hindering sustainable development.

Seven Years On: Remembering Ashoj 3

September 19, 2022 16:27 pm

Although everyone had their own interests and views on the Constitution of Nepal, the process of drafting the constitution was exclusionary. Moreover, consultations with people about the draft of the constitution were performed under a curfew and excessive use of force in the Madhesh.

Home Minister Bal Krishna Khand has said that the government presented the Citizenship Bill in parliament as per the spirit of the Constitution of Nepal, 2015.

Intraparty Democracy at Stake in Nepal

January 27, 2022 06:30 am

This escalating ideological crisis within the political parties, lack of vision and clear action plan, disregard to the democratic norms in the selection of party leadership, sidelining the issues of inclusion as envisioned by the Constitution of Nepal, leaves ample grounds for suspicion on the ability and intention of political parties to institutionalize the nascent republican system of governance in Nepal.

The federal democratic republican constitution of Nepal is turning five this Asoj 3 (September 19). The document, in principle, addresses the needs and aspirations of the citizens who are united together for the purpose of resisting external intervention, upholding rule of law and preservation of sovereignty and integrity.

KATHMANDU, Nov 9: The constitution of Nepal in its schedule 8 has given the right to the local governments to manage basic and secondary level education. The recently adopted 21-point education policy 2019 has empowered the local level governments by stating that they can appoint teachers on their own.

Supremacy of the House

September 18, 2019 02:00 am

Days before the country is set to celebrate the fourth anniversary of the Constitution of Nepal 2015, Speaker of the House of Representatives Krishna Bahadur Mahara warned parliamentary committees from issuing directives that obstruct the functioning of the government.

The Constitution of Nepal—like other constitutions of the world—will also evolve over the time

KATHMANDU, Sept 12: The Development and Technology Committee of the House of Representatives today passed with revisions a report on the bill presented by a sub-committee on managing appropriate and safe shelter to every citizen.