Stories Tagged 'Amendment'
A week after forging an agreement with Dr Govinda KC, the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) on Tuesday registered amendments to the National Medical Education Bill. The government and Dr KC on July 25 sealed a nine-point agreement, before the agitating doctor ended his fast on the 27th day.
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The government has finally prepared a draft for amending the Act governing the two transitional justice bodies, adhering to the Supreme Court verdict and international standards on transitional justice. The proposal is likely to be tabled in Parliament for endorsement in two weeks.
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Officials from the Commission of Investigation of Enforced Disappeared Persons (CIEDP) have urged Minister for Law and Justice (MoLJ) Sher Bahadur Tamang to expedite amendments to the existing Act on transitional justice, saying that the lack of required laws was responsible for the sluggish investigation process.
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Seventeen days after the promulgation of new constitution, the government registered a bill at Parliament on Wednesday, proposing amendments to the statute to address the concerns of the agitating parties.
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Even as formal dialogue with the disgruntled parties is yet to begin, the government has started preparations to register a constitution amendment proposal to address the issues of constituency delineation and proportional representation of marginalised groups.
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Sanghiya Samajbadi Forum Nepal Chairperson Upendra Yadav has claimed that the seven-point amendment demand of the new constitution was not made by them.
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