Kathmandu, Jan. 7: Minister for Law, Justice and Federal Affairs, Yagya Bahadur Thapa, has said the formation of a new government would take place only after the democracy day that is celebrated on Fagun 7 every year.
Speaking at a face-to-face programme organised by the Reporters' Club Nepal here Sunday, the Minister said the meeting of the Council of Ministers scheduled for Monday would probably finalise the matter regarding the appointment of chiefs of provinces.
"The constitutional provision is that the matter about the capital of a province shall be decided by a two-thirds majority and the government can fix a location for the operations of state's works instantly," he said, adding that the government was planning to appoint personalities who had earned name and fame in various walks of life as the State Chief, for the necessity of this post had been accepted by all.
Meantime, CPN (UML) Vice Chair Bhim Rawal said the government's failure to announce State's capital and its chief in time was itself falling down from the constitutional responsibility.
According to him, the constitution has guaranteed rights to appoint State's chief and the temporary capital of a State to the government. RSS
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