Winter session to begin from Dec 26; Four sub-committees formed to study prevailing laws

Nepal ParliamentKathmandu / Dec 18: The Legislation Management Committee under the National Assembly — upper house of the federal parliament — has constituted four separate thematic sub-committees to make recommendations after studying the existing Acts.

A meeting of the committee on Monday formed the sub-committees which have been asked to submit their reports within three months, committee chairman Parshuram Meghi Gurung said.

These sub-committees include the sub-committee related to land administration, which is under the coordination of lawmaker Thagendra Prasad Puri; the sub-committee related to education, under the coordination of lawmaker Badri Prasad Pandey; the sub-committee on transport, under the coordination of lawmaker Brikhesh Chandra Lal; and the sub-committee related to consumer interest protection, under the coordination of lawmaker Sher Bahadur Kunwar.

Committee chair Gurung said that the reports would also be tabled in the parliament.

Winter session to begin from Dec 26

Meanwhile, President Bidya Devi Bhandari on Tuesday summoned the winter session of the federal parliament on December 26.

President Bhandari summoned the parliament session at the recommendation of the cabinet as per the article 93 (1) of the constitution.

According to the Office of the President, the winter session of both houses, House of Representatives and National Assembly will convene at the New Baneshwar-based International Convention Centre at 4 pm.

Spokesperson Dr Roj Nath Pandey of the Secretariat of the Parliament informed that the Secretariat has received the letter from the Office of the President.

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