By RSS on Sep 19,2018 - 12:18
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has extended best wishes to all Nepali brothers and sisters at home and abroad on the occasion of the Constitution Day.
In a message sent today, Prime Minister Oli expressed deep tribute to the martyrs who laid down their lives and also owed heartfelt gratitude to entire people of the country for their substantial contributions to bound the country to rule of law.
On the occasion, the PM has further noted that the new Constitution framed through the Constituent Assembly after a seven-decade long wait has not only fulfilled people’s aspiration and optimism but also included principles and values.
“Asoj 3, the day when the Constitution was promulgated, is the very significant day in the history of modern Nepal”, reads the message. “We celebrate the day with much fanfare across the country”.
Prime Minister Oli has said that the Constitution has guaranteed fundamental rights and freedom to all citizens without any discrimination.
The Constitution has established constitutional supremacy and competitive multi-party governance system, he said, adding that it ahs also enshrined periodic election, human rights, rule of law, separation of power with checks and balances and independent judiciary.
Chief Minister of Province-5 government, Shankar Pokhrel, has said the people are empowered if the government were stronger. Addressing a workshop seminar on the role of province government and lawmakers in the implementation of the fundamental rights, organized by the Province 5 government and the National Human Rights Commission here today
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