House of Representatives meeting : Prachanda-Nepal group will also sit in the ruling party’s chair
Kathmandu: In today’s meeting of the House of Representatives, an arrangement has been made for the parliamentarians of both the parties of the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) to sit in the seat of the ruling party.
After the dissolution of the parliament, the two CPN (Maoist) groups split into two groups (Oli and Prachanda-Nepal) but the Election Commission did not recognize the different parties.
Accordingly, the parliamentarians of the Prachanda-Nepal faction will remain in the ruling party’s chair, according to the Parliament Secretariat.
Informing about the House of Representatives, Spokesperson of the Parliament Secretariat Rojnath Pandey said that the seats have been arranged in line with the ruling party.
According to spokesperson Pandey, both the groups of the CPN (Maoist) have been arranged in line with the ruling party.