Opposition decides to urge President for not supporting budget ordinance
KATHMANDU: A joint meeting of various political parties, including major oppositions- Nepali Congress and CPN-UML, has shown grave concern over the government’s recommendation to the President to issue three different ordinances. The parties have decided to submit memorandum to the President next day, requesting him not to accept the government recommendation.
The meeting held at the Nepali Congress party headquarters Sanepa stressed that the caretaker government could not bring ordinance without forging consensus.
Bringing ordinance was unconstitutional, said NC leader Arjun Narshing KC after the meeting.
Similarly, the meeting concluded that the views of Maoists Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal as Nepal Army was on his party’s fold, the party had weapons and was planning to capture state authority was provocative and false.
Chairman of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party, Pashupati Sumsher Rana, said the joint meeting discussed about the upcoming protests to press the government for resignation in order for the formation of new government.
Moreover, the meeting showed concern over the imminent foreign visit of the Prime Minister.
Two dozens of political parties which represented in the dissolved Constituent Assembly were present in the meeting. RSS
Published Date: Monday, June 11th, 2012 | 05:14 AM