Sunday, June 17, 2007

House amends parliamentary regulations
Sunday's sitting of the Interim-Legislature Parliament has amended the parliamentary regulations.
Earlier, chairman of the Parliamentary Regulations Amendment Draft Committee, Asta Laxmi Shakya had presented the committee's report during today's parliamentary proceedings.
The parliamentary regulations were amended after the second round of discussion over them today.
The new rules and regulations have been formulated as per the changes made to the Interim Statute by the second amendment.
The parliamentary regulations come on the heels of the changes made to the Interim Statute as per the second amendment bill that includes provisions to abolish monarchy by two-third parliamentary majority, removal of the Prime Minister by a two-third parliamentary majority, parliamentary hearings for the appointments of Supreme Court Justices and Ambassadors, bar blacklisted persons and Janaandolan suppressors from contending elections and allow Rastriya Prajatantra Party the status of opposition party in parliament.

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