KATHMANDU: Minister for General Administration Lal Babu Pandit has claimed that the next cabinet meeting will make long-pending appointment of ambassadors for different countries.
Speaking at an interaction at Reporters’ Club on Saturday, Minister Pandit said that ruling Nepali Congress and CPN-UML are near consensus on names of envoys.
Minister Pandit further said that the cabinet will also begin discussion of 26 Constituent Assembly (CA) members to be appointed by the government and heads of constitutional bodies.
Also speaking on the occasion, UCPN (Maoist) leader Agni Sapkota lamented the government for failing to make any appointments. He further warned of initiating attempts to form national consensual government while criticizing slow pace of the government.
Currently, nearly one and a half dozen Nepali embassies abroad are without ambassadors.
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