Nepal's opposition registers proposed constitutional amendments

By Anil Giri, 3 June
Flag of Nepal (photo credit: pixabay)
Flag of Nepal (photo credit: pixabay)
The Nepali Congress on Tuesday registered a constitution amendment bill of its own, the same one registered three years ago by the government led by party President Sher Bahadur Deuba. [ . . . ] The bill, which had been shot down in July 2017 due to opposition from the then CPN-UML led by KP Sharma Oli, seeks to include all languages spoken in Nepal in the schedule of the constitution, accord equal citizenship rights to foreign women married to Nepali men and delineate electoral constituencies on the basis of population.
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