KATHMANDU – Speaker Agni Prasad Sapkota has said that problems have created due to the trend of interpreting laws by everyone in their own way. Sapkota said so while inaugurating the interaction organised by Lumbini Province Assembly here today.
Stressing that the legislature should pay attention on making laws, he said that they are seriously involving in finding out structural loopholes of federal parliament and province legislature and to resolve the problems.
The Speaker Sapkota stressed the need of playing historic role to make the parliament lively, people oriented and dignified. Similarly, policy advisor of UNDP, Nepal, Binda Magar, General Secretary of the Federal Parliament, Dr Bharat Raj Gautam, among others laid emphasis on making parliament practices more effective and people oriented.
Speakers and deputy speakers of all seven provinces would exchange their five-year experience in implementation of federalism as well as discuss its challenges and possibilities in the interaction.
A draft committee formed to prepare a synthesis report of the programme would prepare a report incorporating the issues raised in the interaction.