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Oli govt has gone out of its way to get two-thirds majority in Parliament and in centralising power to PMO

Nepal has embraced a path towards economic reforms after the Girija Prasad Koirala-led government adopted economic liberalisation in the early 90s. Now, the KP Oli government talks of economic growth, development and prosperity. It is even planning grand new linkages with both our neighbours for improved trade and transit. And yet, the government in a recent white paper published by the Finance Ministry has criticised Nepal’s privatisation drive, claiming that it was carried out “on a whim.” Oli govt has gone out of its way to get two-thirds majority in Parliament and in centralising power to PMO
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Kabindra Purush Dhakal
Published at : May 14, 2018
Updated at : December 23, 2019 13:21

Kabindra Purush Dhakal

Kabindra Purush Dhakal is the Opinion Editor and Editorial Writer for The Kathmandu Post. Before joining the Post, Dhakal was an entrepreneur, running a coworking restro-bar as well as a social venture capital fund seeded company focused on the upliftment of informal workers.


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