The Legislature (Nepal)

The Legislature (Nepal)

According to the present Constitution of Nepal vote of no-confidence can’t be registered against the government till two years in the parliament. What do you think about it?

Formal voting launched by the opposition party against the existing government that they no longer support the government in parliament is known as the motion of non-confidence. Such confidence is introduced to dismiss the existing government. The present constitution of Nepal has provisioned about the vote of non-confidence. This type of motion can be introduced only after two years of the formation of the government. I think this provision is appropriate in the context of Nepal. It can be more clarified by the following points:

  • It helps to end political instability and helps to maintain political stability for up to two years which can bring positive change to the country. 
  • It helps to minimize the introduction of unwanted and unnecessary motion of non-confidence which create confrontation among the political parties. 
  • Small and medium-sized projects can be completed within two years if the government runs smoothly.
  • It helps to end the act of floor crossing, buying, and selling members of parliament if there is joint government of multiple parties. 

How do you justify the structure of the federal parliament of Nepal (The House of Representative and National Assembly) is inclusive?

It can be justify in following ways:

  • In HOR, there are 275 members. Among them, 165 are elected through FPTP and the remaining 110 are elected through the PR method. In these methods, people directly cast their vote for the candidate that they like. 
  • In national Assembly, there is provision of STV. In which, 8 members are from each provience
  • There should be 33 percent women members. 

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