KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said the government prioritized the enactments of remaining laws as demanded by the Constitution.
In a meeting of the National Assembly today, the Prime Minister addressed the study report on laws that remained to be formulated in accordance with the Constitution.
“The government is proactive in building legal structures required to establish a rule of law by institutionalizing democratic republic,” he said, adding that it was the responsibility of the government, parliament, and stakeholders concerned to make citizens experience good governance, development, and prosperity through the effective enforcement of the Constitution.
As he informed, the upper house that since the promulgation of the Constitution, 191 acts (new and revised) have been formulated. Likewise, specific attention has been given to the formulations of acts to implement the fundamental rights while 15 bills are currently under parliamentary proceedings.