Nepal Govt. to announce 84-point programme todaySeptember 10th, 2008 - 3:14 pm ICT by ANI
Kathmandu, Sept 10 (ANI): The Nepal Government will announce its policies and programmes at the parliamentary session of the Constituent Assembly (CA) today.
President Dr Ram Baran Yadav will present the government’’s policies and programmes.
The document was finalized on Tuesday after all six allies of the ruling alliance agreed on the government’’s Common Minimum Programme (CMP).
The 84-point document of the government policies and programmes includes bringing the peace process to a logical end, writing a new democratic constitution within next two years and operating relief programmes for the Koshi flood victims.
The document emphasis’’s the institutional development of the federal democratic republic, inviting the armed groups active in the Terai for the talks and implementation of the agreements made by the government with various groups in the past.
It also seeks to resolve the misunderstanding between the coalition partners through mutual understanding, bringing about socio-economic transformation and sorting out the issue of PLA integration and rehabilitation among others, Nepalnews reported. (ANI)
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