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PM Dahal vows to bring most essential federal acts to conclusion


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2023 Dec 30, 15:03,

PM Dahal vows to bring most essential federal acts to conclusion

Kathmandu, Dec 30: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said he was seriously effortful for formulating most essential laws for effective implementation of federalism.

At a group meeting with the Chief Ministers of all seven provinces at the Prime Minister's residence, Baluwatar, today, PM Dahal said his focus was on implementing federalism as an architect of federalism and a leader of constitution-making.

"As you all are aware, I had crafted the vision of federal republic and struggled for this. I played a lead role to scribe this system in the constitution. Thus, implementation of the constitution is my big concern and priority", he said.

The Prime Minister further said bringing all parliamentary parties to a consensus was time taking in the run-up to the implementation of federalism.

"You are aware that the incumbent government is rapidly working to formulate the federal civil service act, federal education act, police adjustment act and other laws required for the implementation of constitution", PM Dahal said, adding, "Bills already presented in the parliament will be brought to a conclusion through discussion. I will put efforts to finalize them through discussion at top level".

On the occasion, Chief Minsters drew government's attention towards the implementation of the constitutional provisions on federalism.

Especially, the CMs drew the PM's attention towards the constitutionally provisioned list of concurrent authorities while calling for implementing the conclusions of the last Chief Ministers' conference held in Pokhara.


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