Conference of outgoing chief ministers postponedThe conference was called to review the tenure of provinces and recommend suggestions to the new House for the implementation of federalism.
The conference of outgoing chief ministers of all the seven provinces scheduled for December 30 in Lumbini has been postponed. The meeting of the Lumbini Council of Ministers on Wednesday took the decision to that effect.
Minister of Internal Affairs, Law and Communications Tilak Ram Sharma, also the spokesperson of the Lumbini provincial government, informed that the conference has been postponed to accommodate the first session of the newly-elected assemblies of all seven provinces which are to be convened by January 5 next year.
The conference, scheduled to be held on December 30 in Dang’s Deukhuri, the provincial capital of Lumbini, was proposed by the Chief Minister of Lumbini Kul Prasad KC to review the tenure of provinces and recommend suggestions to the new House of Representatives for implementation of federalism.
The meeting of the Council of Ministers has also decided to recommend the provincial chief convene a meeting of the provincial assembly for January 2 next year.