After the successful completion of long-awaited electoral process, Nepal is all set for its first parliamentary meeting on March 05, 2018.
An official announcement in this regard has been made by the Office of the President on February 19, 2018, wherein, the statement informed that the first meeting will begin at 4 PM in Nepal local time.
“As of today’s date, Falgun 7, 2074 (Feb 19, 2018), President Bidhya Devi Bhandari, upon receiving the recommendation from the Prime Minister, has called for the Federal Parliamentary meeting on 2074, Falgun 21, (March 2018) for 4 PM at the International Convention Center, New Baneshwor,” Kul Prasad Chudal, spokesperson for the Office of the President of Nepal.
This is the first time that Nepal is holding federal parliamentary meeting and comes as a step ahead towards successful implementation of the Nepal Constitution conducted in 2018.
This parliamentary meeting follows by the country’s important elections for House of Representatives on November 26 and December 7, 2017, wherein, around 275 members have been elected for the Federal Parliament.
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