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Government calls all-party meeting to finalize electoral laws and polls date


KATHMANDU: In a bid to convince the 33-agitating political parties to take part in the election, the government has called an all-party meeting on Friday to discuss election issues including the election date. The meeting is expected to finalize election related laws and fix the polls date.

A meeting of the Council of Ministers on Thursday decided to hold the all-party meeting. The agitating 33-party alliance will also be invited for talks, but it is unlikely to attend the meeting given its recent decision not to sit for talks with the government. The 33-agitating parties have already rejected the talks offer of the government.

Earlier, the government had written to all political forces to sit for talks on the same matters, thought the next meeting slated for tomorrow is expected to be decisive on these two topics as the much-awaiting appointments in the constitutional bodies have just been completed. The 33-political parties have also opposed the appointments at the constitutional bodies made by the Interim Election Government.

The meeting also formed a cabinet panel to negotiate with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) on the Rs. 6.54 billion credit deal. The cabinet also decided to develop Sub-regional hospital with 100 beds by merging the District Hospital and Team Hospital, Dadeldhura, and to appoint Ashwonath Upreti and Lavanath Shrestha in the vacant posts of Public Purchase Review Committee.

Similarly, the government decided to make laws for the security of VIPs, to send a draft of directives related to existing weapons to acquire information about the weapons looted or lost in the conflict period to the concerned committee and to make a framework of the National Disaster Control. The government decided to establish an embassy in Oman and Bahrain.

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