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Govt's CMP for full implementation of constitution to relief to people

2023 Apr 07, 7:27,
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The government has unveiled a common minimum programme (CMP) by incorporating the issues ranging from completion of remaining tasks of peace process, promotion of federal democratic republic, protection of constitution and addressing the economic problems and relief to the people.

The CMP is the common concept of ruling 10 political parties. The 13-page long CMP was released amidst a programme organized at the Prime Minister's office in Singha Durbar in the presence of top leaders of the coalition partners.

Government's priorities are set in various nine points. Similarly, the joint policy and programmes include strengthening of the federal democratic republic, economic policy and programme, social transformation, quality service delivery, good governance integrity, completion of peace process and transitional justice, immediate relief, reconstruction and rehabilitation, ecological balance and disaster management, promotion of national independence and national interest, and international rights.

The CMP has been signed by by Prime Minister and Chairperson of CPN (Maoist Centre), Pushpa Kamal Dahal; President of Nepali Congress, Sher Bahadur Deuba; Chair of CPN (Unified Socialist), Madhav Kumar Nepal; President of Janata Samajbadi Party, Upendra Yadav; President of Loktantrik Samajbadi Party, Mahantha Thakur; President of Nepal Samajbadi Party, Dr Baburam Bhattarai; President of Janamat Party, CK Raut; President of Nagarik Unmukti Party, Ranjita Shrestha; President of Aam Janata Party, Prabhu Shah; and Chair of Rastriya Janamorcha Nepal, Chitra Bahadur KC.

The government has given importance to relief to people. Problems of citizenship will be solved within six months, the CMP stated, adding that establishment of durable peace, economic transformation, and people's prosperity, strengthening of friendly relations with the countries including neighbours, expansion of the area of assistance, cooperation and interconnectivity are other commitments of the ruling coalition.

Moreover, effective implementation of policy on hydro resources, bilateral and multilateral use of hydro resources by keeping in centre national interest, mobilization of foreign assistance in national priority sector, review of treaty and agreements which are against national interests, smooth supply of daily essential goods including medicine, arrangement of special economic package for Karnali and Madhes Province which are backward on human development index are other programmes of the government.

The government has said it is committed to introduction of nutrition programme focused on pregnant women, lactating women and malnutrition; air ambulance service in view of the emergency as landslide and floods, accidents; relief, rehabilitation and assistance to the families of the martyrs and disappeared ones, conflict victims and displaced people; treatment to those injured in various movements and employment to at least one member of such conflict victim family.

Prompt service delivery, expansion of online service, effective e-bidding, legal arrangement to ensure voting rights to Nepali citizens living abroad, integration of police personnel in province within six months, avoidance of duplication of documents such as citizenship certificate and a national ID card at government offices are other priorities.


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