Govt does not have credentials to bring budget: Opposition
A joint meeting of these parties held at CPN UML head office in Balkhu on Tuesday reached such a conclusion while also deciding to urge the President for not endorsing the budget ordinance.
The meeting, also participated by newly formed CPN Maoist, also called on the Prime Minister to step down to pave way for the formation of national consensus government.
Published Date: Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012 | 08:57 AM
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The Supreme Court was presented with a relatively simple case when entities which did not approve the dissolution of Parliament challenged President Sirisena’s..