Nepali Congress should review its role: UML leader Poudel

Kathmandu, May 20: UML Vice Chair Bishnu Prasad Poudel has requested the main opposition party Nepali Congress to follow the democratic practice and end the deadlock in the Parliament.     

On Monday’s meeting of the House of Representatives, Poudel supported the proposal Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ presented in the House seeking a vote of confidence in accordance with Article 100, Sub-article 2 of the Constitution of Nepal and hoped for an end to the deadlock in the Parliament for political stability in the country.     

“I request all the parties to support the government to speed up development in the country while maintaining political stability. I call upon the Nepali Congress to reconsider its role and follow democratic practices in the parliament,” Poudel said.     

Vice Chair Poudel claimed that the current government has given a message of guaranteeing good governance, disillusionment surfaced at the civil level has been eradicated and hope is being communicated through recent efforts made by the government.     

The main opposition party Nepali Congress is protesting in the Parliament demanding the formation of a parliamentary probe committee regarding the misappropriation of funds of the cooperatives. Today, the process of taking the vote of confidence has progressed amid the commotion. (RSS)

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