HoR passes three bills


Kathmandu, Jan. 13: The meeting of the House of Representatives today passed three bills unanimously.
The bills passed by the HoR are- Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) First Amendment Bill 2075, Retirement Fund Bill 2075 and Payment and Clearance Bill 2075.
Minister for Forest and Environment Shakti Bahadur Basnet presented the CITES First Amendment Bill while Finance Minister Dr Yubaraj Khatiwada the Provident Fund Bill, and Payment and Clearance Bill.
Earlier, Minister Basnet shared that the CITES First Amendment Bill was brought to make more systematic the international trade in endangered wild lives. Lawmakers Prem Suwal, Mohan Baniya, Chhakka Bahadur Lama and Sanjay Gautam took part in the discussion on the bill.
Finance Minister Dr Khatiwada also made clear why two other bills were brought.
Similarly, Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, Bhanubhakta Dhakal presented a proposal at the meeting seeking consideration on the Bill on Amendment of Some Nepal Acts 2075 to make these in line with the constitution. His proposal was unanimously passed by the meeting.
The next meeting of the HoR is scheduled for January 18. RSS

Related News

Isolate Pakistan, Sushma tells U.N.

UNITED NATIONS, Sept. 26 : India took its campaign to diplomatically isolate Pakistan to the United Nations on Monday, with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj asking the world community to hold countries that “nurture, peddle and export” terrorism to account. A unified global strategy can defeat terrorism, “and if any nation…

With LoC turning porous, a strike when the iron was hot

NEW DELHI, Sept. 30 : The Union government had kept the Army strike across the Line of Control under the wraps, but had put the forces guarding the border on maximum alert two days ago, said a senior Home Ministry official. The official said the Pakistani Army had violated the…

We are frustrated with Pak., says Hasina

NEW DELHI, Oct. 14: Bangladesh feels “frustrated” with Pakistan over its export of terror, butDhaka’s reasons for pulling out of the SAARC summit in Islamabad were “different from India’s,” says Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, attempting to draw a distinction between supporting India on terrorism after the Uri attacks and supporting the subsequent…

Modi takes on Pakistan at BRICS, terms it 'mother ship of terror'

BENAULIM, GOA, Oct. 16: Taking on Pakistan at the BRICS summit, India on Sunday said terrorism is a “direct threat” to economic prosperity and growth. Speaking at the BRICS leaders' meeting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi sought action against terrorism and called for an early adoption of CCIT (Comprehensive Convention on International…

BRICS meet declaration pledges to fight terror

BENAULIM (GOA), Oct. 17: The 8th BRICS summit ended here on Sunday with the adoption of the Goa Declaration which pledged opposition to terrorism, even as India failed to get a consensus on references to “cross-border terror” and Pakistan-based terror groups in the final statement. However, in a strongly worded statement,…

President Mukherjee's visit will create new basis in Nepal-India ties: Minister Mahat http://bit.ly/2evTEVm

KATHMANDU, Nov. 1:- Minister for Foreign Affairs Dr Prakash Sharan Mahat has expressed the belief that the three-day state visit of Indian President Pranab Mukherjee to Nepal beginning tomorrow will create a new basis in the relations between Nepal and India.  The Indian President is visiting Nepal at the invitation…


Find Us on Facebook

From Social

Tokyo (Japan), Sept. 13: A new leadership assumed responsibilities at the Non Resident Nepalese Association (NRNA), Japan on Sunday. The new office bearers took oath of office and secrecy after a long fought battle resulting from dissatisfaction from those who…

Lama led officials assume responsibility in NRNA Japan