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Executive president is not agenda of present time: Dahal

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CHITWAN — Chairperson of the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN), Pushpa Kamal Dahal, has said that executive president was not the agenda of the present time.

Speaking at a news conference organised by Press Chautari Nepal and Press Centre, Chitwan, here today, Chairman Dahal, who was elected as a lawmaker from Chitwan Constituency no 3, said it was the time of good governance, development and prosperity.

He further said that the incumbent government has unveiled the budget, which will gradually bring the national economy in balance and addressed the most of the issues mentioned in the party’s manifesto.

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The CPN Chairman said that discussion was underway to bring Rastriya Janata Party (RJP) on board the incumbent government.

He said although the regulations is silent over the issue of lawmakers charged with crime, the parties have agreed to include word ‘suspend’ in the Act.

Chairman Dahal also clarified that the government would take stern action against the contractors failing to complete the works on time.

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Nepal removed from ICAO’s blacklist

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KATHMANDU — International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has removed Nepal’s aviation sector from the Significant Safety Concern (SSC) list.

Speaking at the House of Representitives on Friday, Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Rabindra Adhikari has informed that the international flight regulation body has removed from the black list.

“Nepal has been eliminated from the ICAO’s Significant Safety Concern List. The ICAO has been keeping an eye on the air space and the functionaries of its 192 member nations,” Minister Adhikari informed.

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In it’s 2013 audit report, Nepal was enlisted in SSC list and Nepal’s compliance to the ICAO’s standard at that time stood only at 55 percent out of the standard 60 percent.

“In regard to this, the attempts made by the government of Nepal and the International Aviation Organization have leaped forward to 66.08 percent which can be regarded as the most significant progress,” Adhikari apprised the parliament on Friday.

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