INTERIM CONSTITUTION OF NEPAL 2063 IN ENGLISH PDF

Cancel Report The constitution is the supreme law of the country and all other laws are subordinate to it. Any laws inconsistent with the constitution are declared void to the level of their inconsistency. It reflects the characteristics and aspirations of the state. Document of Political consensus: The constitution was formulated and promulgated as a political consensus reached between the then Seven Party Alliance SPA and the Maoist. Formulated as per the popular wish: It was formulated as per the mandate expressed by people through the popular movement II for democracy, peace and progress of the nation.

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Cancel Report The constitution is the supreme law of the country and all other laws are subordinate to it. Any laws inconsistent with the constitution are declared void to the level of their inconsistency. It reflects the characteristics and aspirations of the state. Document of Political consensus: The constitution was formulated and promulgated as a political consensus reached between the then Seven Party Alliance SPA and the Maoist.

Formulated as per the popular wish: It was formulated as per the mandate expressed by people through the popular movement II for democracy, peace and progress of the nation. It is the first constitution to be promulgated by the people. State power and sovereignty inherent in people: As laid in the preamble, the state power and sovereignty of Nepal is inherent in people. The executive power inherent in the Council of Ministers: This constitution authorizes the Prime Minister, chosen by the legislature, as the chief executive.

The President remains just a nominal head of state. Unicameral legislative parliament: Originally, the interim constitution provided for a unicameral legislative parliament consisting of members. The parliament was represented by the parties in the seven Party Alliance, the Maoists as well as some smaller parties. Later at the turn of BS, it was replaced by the member elected Constituent Assembly that also acted as the legislative parliament.

Recognition of the National Human Rights Commission as a constitutional organ: According to the provision made, part 15 of the constitution, the National Human Rights Commission has been recognized as a constitution organ of Nepal. We will Learn about their provisions in the next lesson. Provision for the election to Constituent Assembly:As stated in the preamble of the constitution, this constitution was to work for until the promulgation of a new constitution and to function towards this specific missionary process of making a new truly democratic constitution.

The multi-party democratic system of government: This constitution provides for the competitive multi-party democratic system of government. In other words, the constitution enshrines the parliamentary democratic system of government in which a parliament member is the head of the Council of Ministers and the council is responsible to the parliament, so directly to the people.

The constitution is the supreme law of the country and all other laws are subordinate to it. The constitution was formulated and promulgated as a political consensus reached between the then Seven Party Alliance SPA and the Maoist. This constitution provides for competitive multi party democratic system of government.

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Under the terms of the Interim Constitution, the new constitution was to be promulgated by April 28, , but the Constituent Assembly postponed the promulgation by a year because of disagreements. On May 28, , the Constituent Assembly was dissolved after it failed to finish the constitution after the latest extension, ending four years of constitution drafting and leaving the country in a legal vacuum. New elections were held on November 19, to the Second Nepalese Constituent Assembly and political leaders pledged to draft a new constitution within a year. The new assembly expressly committed that the new constitution would be promulgated on January 22,

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