CPN (Maoist) decides to grant citizenship to foreign brides only after 7 years

June 6, Kathmandu. The ruling Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) has decided to support the proposal to grant adopted citizenship to a foreign woman who marries a Nepali man only after seven years.

A meeting of the CPN (Maoist) Secretariat held on Saturday morning agreed to make arrangements to get adopted citizenship only after seven years of continuous residence by marrying a Nepali man.

The demand of the CPN (Maoist) women parliamentarians to give adopted citizenship to foreign men who marry Nepali women has been rejected. During the meeting, spokesperson Narayan Kaji Shrestha (Prakash) said that a foreign man who marries a Nepali woman should be given citizenship even if he has more time, but other leaders did not agree.

Congress and Madhes-centric parties are in favor of the current system of granting citizenship to foreign women who marry Nepali men.

A leader of the CPN (Maoist) said that the other parties have agreed to move ahead by making a decision even on the basis of majority. Although most of the issues were agreed upon, an agreement was reached on the issue of marital divorce. The last time the committee proposed to grant citizenship to a foreign bride only after seven years, the Nepali Congress disagreed.

Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa (Badal) had asked for five days after Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli said he would reach an agreement with the parties. After that, Prime Minister Oli and another CPN (Maoist) president Pushpa Kamal Dahal (Prachanda) had a discussion with the Congress leaders. A meeting of the secretariat was convened on Friday after discussions with party lawmakers in the state management committee.

Abuse of Power and Corruption Bill introduced in the National Assembly

Kathmandu: A bill on abuse of power and corruption, passed by the Legislative Management Committee, has been tabled in the National Assembly. The report prepared by the committee in this regard has been submitted to the National Assembly.

He said that the report with amendments was prepared after clause-by-clause discussion as per the need to reconcile both the bills in accordance with the constitution and the provisions of the World Convention. He said that according to the concept of the convention that independent bodies should be given a place to look into the corruption in the private sector, some things have been provided in the bill to monitor some public organizations.

Chairman Gurung clarified that both the bills were presented to make the constitution conducive. He said that according to the old constitution, the jurisdiction of the Commission of Inquiry has a provision to take action against any person holding public office for misusing his or her position by committing corruption and improper acts.

He said that the law has been amended as Nepal is a party to the World Convention on Corruption. Similarly, according to the convention, the public and private sectors should also be monitored by independent bodies, so the amendment is necessary.

The meeting of the National Assembly on January 7, 2008 sent the Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (Third Amendment) Bill 2076 and the meeting on March 20, 2009 sent the Prevention of Corruption (First Amendment) Bill 2076 to the Legislative Committee for clause-wise discussion. The committee had passed both the reports on June 12, 2008.

Find out how to test a corona in 25 minutes

Tokyo, (Agency)

Scientists in Japan have discovered a new method of testing the corona virus, which has spread around the world as an epidemic. With this method, corona virus can be tested at home in just 25 minutes.

The Japanese scientists claim that corona infections can be detected by human ray tests. Japanese pharmaceutical company Sionogi is preparing to sign a contract with the government for permission to use the technology. It is claimed that a large number of corona viruses can be tested without the help of any technical or specialized equipment.

The method of testing the corona virus from the rally was invented by Professor Masayasu Kuhara of Nihon University and his team.

So far, the test kit is being tested by the Japanese Ministry of Health. If all goes well, the probe will be approved by the government in a few days. In Japan, woodcutting has been relaxed in recent days.

In addition, if the government waives international travel, all outbound passengers will be required to undergo a polymerase chain reaction test.

PCR diagnostic tests take 3 to 5 hours to get results. If the crowds at the airport increase, the risk of corona virus infection will also increase and there will be problems with testing.

If the passenger's corona is checked from the train, they only have to wait for 25 to 30 minutes for the result.
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