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SSF-N Chair Upendra Yadav will join the government

The ruling CPN-UML and the Sanghiya Samajbadi Forum-Nepal are said to have reached close to a deal on constitution amendment, a precondition set by the SSF-N to joining the KP Oli-led government. According to leaders engaged in negotiations, both sides are working on a three-point agreement related to constitution amendment and allocation of ministries. They now need the top Left alliance leade...


Left alliance to join province govt. in Province No. 2

Parliamentary party leader of Province No. 2 of CPN (UML) Satya Narayan Mandal has said that province 2 is likely to have the government with participation of the Left alliance. At a programme in Rajbiraj on Monday, UMLs standing committee member Mandal said that efforts are ongoing for the formation of the province government with participation of the Left alliance for the development and prosp...


PM Oli expanded three-member cabinet to seven members

Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli expanded his three-member cabinet to seven members on Monday, inducting ministers from major ruling partner CPN (Maoist Center) also. With a view to bringing the Upendra Yadav-led Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) into the government and garnering a two-thirds majority for the ruling coalition, Oli has not given full shape to his cabinet at its first expansion....


FSFN leaders in negotiation with the Left alliance

The Madhes-based parties will join the government if Prime Minister KP Sharma Olis government agreed to form a federal commission to redraw the provincial boundaries, leaders of the Tarai-centric parties said on Sunday. Their remarks come at a time when PM Oli and his team are exploring the possibility of bringing the Rastriya Janata Party Nepal (RJPN) and Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) o...


Oli, Dahal agree on 18 ministries in federal Nepal

Prime Minister and chairperson of CPN UML, KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal, chair CPN (Maoist Center) have agreed to form the government with 18 ministries. According to the countrys constitution, a government can form 25 ministries. While Dahal-Olis agreement is below the constitutional provisions, it nonetheless is more than what the previous Ministry of General Administration had recomm...


UML, Maoist Center are now CPN

The CPN-UML and CPN (Maoist Center), two leftist parties in charge of the federal government and six of the seven provinces, have struck a historic merger deal. A meeting of top leaders of the two parties at late night Monday officially approved the left unity deal agreeing, in principle, on party leadership, organization and ideology. The deal, which was brokered through a series of meeting...


Prakash Man Singh to challenge Deuba's bid for parliamentary leader

With preparations underway to elect parliamentary party (PP) leader following the parliamentary polls, leaders belonging to rival factions within the Nepali Congress (NC) have decided to challenge party President Sher Bahadur Deubas bid to get elected as PP leader for the second time. A section of leaders within the party, including former general secretary and lawmaker from Kathmandu- 1 Praka...


Oli appointed as 41st PM of Nepal

KP Sharma Oli, chairperson of CPN-UML and a common candidate of the Left alliance has been appointed as the countrys 41st prime minister. President Bidhya Devi Bhandari appointed Oli as the prime minister under Clause 76 (2). Chair Oli was elected as Prime Minister in a parliamentary vote on 11 October 2015, receiving 338 votes out of 597. Olis PM candidacy was supported by the UCPN-Mao...


PM Deuba announces resignation

Over two months are facing debacle in recently held elections of the Central Parliament and Provincial Assemblies, Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba finally resigned as the executive head opening door for the Left alliance to form the new government. Deuba was elected as the 40th PM on June 6 with the support from CPN (Maoist Centre) which is now a part of Left alliance and opting for merger wi...


PM Deuba to resign today

Following a national address on television at 9 AM, Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba will step down today. The prime minister will announce his resignation after an address to the nation on Thursday morning, following a cabinet meeting, said Commerce Minister Min Bahadur Bishwakarma. Prime Minister Deuba had been putting off his resignation so far, maintaining that he would step down only...


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