‘Resolution Proposal on Implementation of Federalism’ in Parliament

Kathmandu Jan 5 : A resolution related to the implementation of federalism prepared by the ruling coalition has reached the parliament.

The lawmakers of the ruling Nepali Congress, CPN-Maoist Center, CPN (Unified Socialist) and Rastriya Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP) have jointly brought a resolution saying that the implementation of federalism has not been satisfactory even after six years of its implementation.

Independent MP Khim Lal Devkota is proposing the resolution. Among the supporters are Congress parliamentary party leader Radheshyam Adhikari in the National Assembly, Ram Narayan Bidari of the CPN (Maoist Center), Sher Bahadur Kunwar of the Unified Socialists and Pramila Kumari Yadav of the Jaspaki.

He said that there was dissatisfaction among the people due to the weaknesses in the implementation of federalism.

The proposal states that the relationship between the levels of government is based on the principles of co-operation, co-existence and co-ordination, but it is not well followed. Due to insufficient manpower, the state and local levels have not been able to achieve the expected results.

A 15-point directive has been demanded to address the issue saying that the people’s representatives have lost their sense of accountability and responsibility towards the citizens and there have been complaints at the grassroots level about governance.

Secretary of the National Assembly Rajendra Phuyal has said that the meeting of the National Assembly has been convened on December 10 keeping in mind the resolution proposed by the ruling coalition.

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