KATHMANDU, May 21: The meeting of the House of Representatives on Friday endorsed eight ordinances. Three of them -- Nepal Police and Provincial Police (Operation, Supervision and Coordination (First Amendment) Ordinance, 2078; Social Security (First Amendment) Ordinance, 2078; and Acid and Other Hazardous Chemicals (Regulation) Ordinance, 2078--were tabled by Home Minister Bal Krishna Khand.
KATHMANDU, April 24: While ‘cautioning’ the government not to make controversial decisions that vitiate an environment of consensus amid national effort to fight against coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the main opposition, Nepali Congress (NC), has thanked Prime Minister K P Oli for withdrawing the two controversial ordinances introduced a few days ago.
KATHMANDU, April 21: While concluding that the two separate ordinances promulgated by the government on Monday go against the spirit of the constitution, the Constitutional Lawyers' Forum (CLaF) has urged the government to immediately withdraw these controversial ordinances.
KATHMANDU, April 21: The main opposition, Nepali Congress (NC), has denounced the government's move to introduce two separate ordinances to bring amendments in the Political Parties Act, 2017 and the Constitutional Council (Works, Duties and Procedure) Act, 2010. The party has concluded that the move indicates 'bad omen' for the country's democratic constitution.