DHULIKHEL: Constituent Assembly Chairman Subas Nembang today said a new process will pick the Prime Minister if the 17th prime ministerial run-off fails to deliver. The winter session of the Parliament is beginning tomorrow and the 17th run-off is likely to take place on January 12.
Inaugurating the seventh general assembly of the Rastriya Sahakari Bank in Banepa, Nembang said, “On January 9, the House will schedule the 17th run-off for January 12, but that will be the last one. A new process will be initiated if the country does not get a new prime minister on January 12.” Nemban reminded the parties that there’s no alternative to taking the peace process to a logical end.
He assured that the new statute will be cooperative-friendly and argued that cooperative movement is a movement of the people. He expressed hope the bank with branches in 64 districts will reach to all 75 districts. Governor Dr Yubaraj Khatiwada and registrar of the Cooperatives Department Sudarshan Dhakal also took part in the programme.