Ruling parties face challenge to reach a deal on power sharing in 34 state positions as negotiation to form new govt continues
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KATHMANDU, Dec. 6 -- As the time to announce the final results of the elections is approaching, major parties in the country are focused on forming the new government. But before the formation of the government, the issue of appointing the 34 officials in the federal and the province is becoming challenging. Even though the ruling coalition has shown more priority for the formation of the government, the UML is also quietly advancing its preparation.
Since none of the political parties could secure a requisite majority seats in the election, a government has to be formed as per Article 76 (2) of the Constitution. Article 76 (2) of the constitution states that the President shall appoint the member of the House of Representatives who can ...
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