Parties fail to forge consensus on Medical Education Bill
KATHMANDU: The top leaders of major political parties remained divided over the contents of the Bill on National Medical Education that is under consideration in the parliament on Friday.
Speaker Onsari Ghari Magar had arranged a meeting with top leaders before today's House meeting as the bill was not included in a business of the house session, as parties failed to reach a conclusion.
The bill is sure to be deserted as the tenure of the house is expiring in two days. The formal meeting of the Legislature-Parliament is most likey to end by today itself.
Earlier, Gharti said, Dr. Govinda KC appeal for passing the controversial medical bill has caught her attention. "I have called on top leaders for the discussion to find a solution for passing the medical bill," Gharti added.
"I have also urged the leaders to find solutions for passing medical education bill and national assembly members bill for moving forward," Speaker shared.
Meanwhile, Speaker Gharti, said the bill related Rapti Academy of Health Sciences has been endorsed and forwarded to the President for authentication.
She also congratulated all the denizens of Rapti for the establishment of the institution in the area.
चिकित्सा शिक्षा र राष्ट्रियसभा सदस्य विधेयकमा देखिएकाे विवाद समाधान गरेर अघि बढ्न मैले अाजपनि शीर्ष नेताहरुलाई विषेश अाग्रह गरेकाे छु। pic.twitter.com/zYEpxNT0Nz
— Onasari Gharti (@SpeakerofNepal) October 13, 2017