It has been two and a half years, why the cannabis bill has not been discussed? – Online News

July 9, Kathmandu. CPN-UML MP Sher Bahadur Tamang has questioned Speaker Agni Prasad Sapkota as to why the cannabis cultivation regulation and management bill registered in the Parliament Secretariat has not been discussed yet.

Speaking at a meeting of the House of Representatives on Thursday, he reminded that according to the rules of procedure of the parliament, a copy of the bill should be given to all the parliamentarians within four days of its registration and brought for discussion after seven days. And he has questioned why this rule is not applicable to his bill.

MP Tamang had registered the Gaza Regulation Bill in the Parliament Secretariat on March 3, 2008 saying that Nepal can be prosperous only through cannabis cultivation.

Saying that the bill was not discussed for two years, five months and 16 days, MP Tamang asked, “I would like to ask whether the sovereign rights of a people’s representative have been violated or not.” Where should I go? ‘

He has demanded immediate discussion on the cannabis bill.

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