The parliament of Nepal has been dysfunctional for six months. The next meeting of the House of Representatives is scheduled for Sunday and the main opposition party CPN-UML has planned to halt the next meeting.
The main opposition party UML has been demanding that the Speaker take knowledge of the party’s decision to expel 14 lawmakers on August 14 but the Speaker has denied issuing the notice.
Six months have been wasted and just a few bills, the national budget, and Millenium Corporate Challenge have been passed. UML must give justification for the obstruction of the parliament. The House can’t be obstructed for months like this.
Speaker Sapkota should also be impartial in the House of Representatives. The House should be opened as soon as possible.
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