National Assembly passes five bills


The meeting of the National Assembly, the upper house of the Federal Parliament, on Monday has passed various five bills, unanimously.

The bills passed by the National Assembly include Public-Private Partnership and Investment Bill, 2075; the Citizen Investment Trust (Second Amendment) Bill, 2075; the Financial Audit Bill, 2075; the Pesticide Management Bill, 2075; and the Special Economic Zone (First Amendment) Bill, 2075.

Similarly, the Province Public Service Commission (Basis and Standard Determination) Bill, 2075 has been re-passed unanimously by the National Assembly, accepting the amendment made by the House of Representatives.

Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Bhanubhakta Dhakal had presented a proposal in the meeting on behalf the Prime Minister seeking the bill be approved again by accepting the amendment to it.

Similarly, Finance Minister Dr Yuba Raj Khatiwada , on behalf the Prime Minister presented a proposal in the National Assembly meeting seeking that it pass the Public-Private Partnership and Investment Bill. The Finance Minister also presented separate proposals in the Assembly seeking that the Citizen Investment Trust (Second Amendment) Bill, 2075 and Financial Audit Bill, 2075 also be passed.

Finance Minister Khatiwada, also on behalf the Minister for Agriculture and Livestock Development, presented a proposal on the Pesticide Management Bill, 2075 in the Assembly.

Likewise, Minister for Industry, Commerce and Supplies Matrika Prasad Yadav presented the proposal related to the Special Economic Zone (Firs Amendment) Bill, 2075.

The National Assembly will next meet at 1 pm on March 19.

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