GoN Institutional Mechanisms for GESI

News Digest May 1-7, 2019

CESIF Nepal Democracy and Federalism, Gender and Inclusion, Good Governance, International Relations, Security and Strategic Affairs, Thematic Areas Leave a Comment

Government and the Ruling Party Employees Adjustment Process The Ministry of Federal Affairs and General Administration (MoFAGA) announced the completion of the civil servants’ adjustment process in all three tiers of the government. Nevertheless, about 10,000 civil servants in health and other sectors are not satisfied and have registered complaints.[1] …

Federal Government – Employee Deployment

PEACE BY PEACEFUL MEANS

CESIF Nepal Blog / Article, Blog / Article, Blog / Article, Democracy and Federalism, Good Governance, Security and Strategic Affairs Leave a Comment

Conflict and revolution have become a culture of the country. Be it chanting slogans against Panchayat system in 1990, or suffering armed conflict for a decade starting 1996, the Madhesh Movement, the Tharuhat movement and the like. However, the warring parties have always reached a negotiated settlement. The Maoists, as …

Lost in the Course of Federalism

News Digest May 22-31, 2019

CESIF Nepal Blog / Article, Democracy and Federalism, Gender and Inclusion, Good Governance, International Relations, Security and Strategic Affairs 58 Comments

Domestic Politics Ruling Party and the Government Former PM and Nepal Communist Party leader Jhalanath Khanal said that there is a need for amendment in the Constitution with regards to parliamentary and election system.[1] Prime Minister Oli said that there is a single Government in the country of which the …

News February 2019

News Digest May 15-21, 2019

CESIF Nepal Blog / Article, Blog / Article, Blog / Article, Blog / Article, Blog / Article, Democracy and Federalism, Gender and Inclusion, Good Governance, International Relations, Security and Strategic Affairs, Thematic Areas Leave a Comment

Government and the Ruling Party Bills and Parliamentary Affairs The government registered the Environment Protection Bill in the Federal Parliament with new provisions on carbon trading, reducing adverse impacts of pollution especially from vehicles, machine, equipment, industries, hotels and restaurants and pollution control measures during mountaineering, trekking, and sightseeing. [1] …

GoN Institutional Mechanisms for GESI

News Digest May 8-14, 2019

CESIF Nepal Democracy and Federalism, Gender and Inclusion, Good Governance, International Relations, News Digest, News Digest, News Digest, News Digest, News Digest, Security and Strategic Affairs, Thematic Areas Leave a Comment

Contents Government and the Ruling Party Policy, Programs and Budget Home Affairs UN Leadership Nepal Communist Party Opposition Politics Nepali Congress Samajbadi Party RJP-N Rastriya Prajatantra Party Biplab Security and Strategic Affairs Citizenship Nepal’s One China Policy Networking Business Press Freedom Natural Disasters Gender Based Violence, Discrimination, Social Inclusion Sexual …

K.P and C.K 11-point agreement

Social Roots of Authoritarianism

CESIF Nepal Blog / Article, Security and Strategic Affairs Leave a Comment

We blame the prime minister’s ‘authoritarian’ tendencies for constricting the space of civil society, but we need to do some introspection. In the recent months, there are three observations to be made. Civil society and the political opposition is growing weaker, the incidences and magnitude of corruption are increasing and …

Two Third Majority

News Digest May 1-7, 2019

CESIF Nepal News Digest, News Digest, News Digest, News Digest, News Digest Leave a Comment

Government and the Ruling Party Employees Adjustment Process The Ministry of Federal Affairs and General Administration (MoFAGA) announced the completion of the civil servants’ adjustment process in all three tiers of the government. Nevertheless, about 10,000 civil servants in health and other sectors are not satisfied and have registered complaints.[1] …

On a path of de-democratization

CK Raut and Madhes Politics

CESIF Nepal Democracy and Federalism, Good Governance, News Analysis, News Analysis, News Analysis, Security and Strategic Affairs, Thematic Areas Leave a Comment

Hours after the Supreme Court released Chandra Kanta Raut, an emerging radical leader, he spent the evening in Baluwatar drafting an agreement saying he would abandon secessionist politics and abide by the constitution. The next day, PM K P Oli declared the agreement with a fanfare,[1] clearly designed to attain …