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Even if the House is prorogued, committees need to meet, analysts say

Nepal’s federal parliament can follow the example of many parliaments around the world that are meeting either by ensuring safety norms or going digital. Even if the House is prorogued, committees need to meet, analysts say
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Binod Ghimire
Published at : April 7, 2020
Updated at : April 7, 2020 07:26
Kathmandu

Binod Ghimire

Binod Ghimire covers parliamentary affairs and human rights for The Kathmandu Post. Since joining the Post in 2010, he has reported primarily on social issues, focusing on education and transitional justice.


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