If the Constituent Assembly endorses what has been decided by the CA Committee on Determination of the Form of Government, without amendment, the government decisions would not come under judicial review.
The parties during the discussion on draft of the constitution at the committee on Tuesday morning agreed to include a provision in the new constitution where the judiciary will have no authority to raise questions on any decisions made by the government holding executive powers.
The parties have also reached an understanding to give executive power to provincial governments as well. As per the CA committee's recommendation, the state governments, to be headed by chief minister, will be formed through consensus among political parties at the centre or by the big party emerging in the state elections.
The chief minister has to receive vote of confidence from the state parliament within 35 days of taking up the responsibility. nepalnews.com