President Dr Ram Baran Yadav, who has found him at an odd position between the government-opposition conflict on budget issue, has summoned a meeting with the main ruling and opposition parties for tomorrow morning to find a solution for the crisis including ongoing budget rows.
The president has been holding such joint as well as one-to-one meetings with the leaders of the ruling and opposition parties to exert pressure upon them to forge the national consensus as earliest. However, the ruling parties and opposition parties are at odds over the contentious issues including budget, national consensus government, constitution drafting process.
The disputes between the government and opposition parties has become overt after the government planned to bring the budget ordinance at any cost and opposition parties countered the plan by submitting the President Yadav a written letter urging him to stop the budget ordinance.
Likewise, the President Yadav is also under immense pressure from the ruling parties and government to endorse the budget ordinance. The ruling parties and the ministers have been arguing that the constitutional and ceremonial president is obliged to enact the ordinance sent by executive for the endorsement.
However, budget ordinance that was scheduled by the government to bring it today has been put off following the President’s request to Finance Minister Barshaman Pun to hold it until the consensus is forged among the parties.
President Yadav is holding the meeting with the major parties on Tuesday to explore the possible alternative to bail out the country from the current crisis thereby ward off any controversies supposed to be labeled against him.
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