Kathmandu, May 27 (ANI): A joint meeting of the 16 out of 22 parties supporting the UML-led government on Wednesday decided to form a taskforce to made suggestion regarding the set up of the new government and the ministerial portfolios in the new cabinet.
The parties decided to from a taskforce to study the issues after the meeting held this morning failed to reach a consensus on the issues.
The taskforce includes the coalition leader CPN-UML and its probable allies, the Nepali Congress, the Madheshi Janadhikar Forum and the Tarai Madhesh Loktantrik Party. The taskforce will also finalise the government's Common Minimum Programme (CMP). 50-point CMP of the government was distributed in the meeting.
However, the task to finalise the CMP has been given to the taskforce after some leaders complained that the CMP was incomplete.
The parties have also suggested Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal to revert the decision of the Maoist government to terminate army chief Rookmangud Katawal and appoint Kul Bahadur Khadka as acting chief.
As proposed by the UML, the parties agreed to end the winter session of the parliament early.
Similarly, the parties have urged Speaker Subash Nembang not to table the resolution registered by the Maoists at the parliament secretariat before the parliament for discussion, Nepalnews eported. (ANI)