CHITWAN, June 12: Nepal Communist Party Chair, Pushpa Kamal Dahal, has said that introducing the directly elected executive presidential system is not the agenda of the present time. He added that it was rather a time of good governance, development and prosperity.
Chair Dahal was speaking at a news conference organized by Press Chautari Nepal and Press Center Chitwan in Bharatpur on Tuesday.
Dahal, further stating that the government unveiled by the incumbent government will gradually bring the national economy in balance, he added that the budget has also addressed the most of the issues mentioned in the party’s manifesto.
He further said that the incumbent government has been brining various people’s oriented plans.
Dahal also said that discussion was underway to bring Rastriya Janata Party (RJP) on board the incumbent government.
He said although the regulations is silent over the issue of lawmakers charged with crime, the parties have agreed to include word ‘suspend’ in the Act.
Chairman Dahal clarified that the government would take stern action against the contractors failing to complete the works on time.