The chairman of Nepal's Constituent Assembly today asked political parties to make "sincere efforts" in reaching consensus on Constitution drafting and expressed confidence that a January deadline for promulgating the statuette was possible.
Amidst serious differences among political parties regarding the key issues of Nepal's new Constitution, a crucial report was on Friday submitted to the Constituent Assembly for discussions on the statute, to be promulgated by January next year.
Nepal President Ram Baran Yadav on Saturday asked the Constituent Assembly members and leaders of all political parties to fulfil their commitment of promulgating the constitution within the set deadline of January next year.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday made an impromptu halt in a busy market in the heart of the Nepalese capital here during which he interacted with local people, just as he had done in Bhutan on his first foreign visit.
wo months after the Constituent Assembly elections in Nepal, the Assembly is holding its first meeting Wednesday afternoon with the aim of drafting a new constitution for this Himalayan nation within a year.
The Nepali Congress led by Sushil Koirala on Wednesday established an early lead in initial trends in counting of votes to choose a 601-member assembly that will draft a new constitution to end years of political uncertainty in Nepal.