Parliament directs govt not to implement decision of writing only ‘Nepal’

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Kathmandu: The State Management and Good Governance Committee of the House of Representatives has directed the government not to implement the decision to write only ‘Nepal’ instead of ‘Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal’.
The committee has discussed with the Foreign Minister on Monday about the decision of the Council of Ministers to write only ‘Nepal’ instead of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal.
Minister Pradip Gyawali said that it is not necessary to add any adjective in the name of the country. He explained that the federal democratic republic was not a name but a state system we had adopted and that the government had only decided on the name.
But the committee has instructed not to implement the decision to write only Nepal instead of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal.
Bijaya Subba and Nabaraj Silval, lawmakers of the ruling Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) have different views on the decision of the committee. They have argued that the government should not be instructed not to implement the decision of the Council of Ministers as it has already clarified that it is not trying to go against the republic.

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