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Kathmandu, Nepal, June 30, 2020: The government is preparing to recommend the president to prorogue the ongoing session of the federal parliament in the pretext of spreading fear of coronavirus (COVID-19).
As the ruling head Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has faced an internal rift on ranges of issues, the plan to the president to prorogue the ongoing session of the federal parliament is taken suspiciously from different sectors.
The dissident faction casts a doubt that hasten to recommend the president to prorogating the ongoing session of the federal parliament would have motivated with the idea to avert the possible registration of no confidence motion against of the government.
However, the dissident faction including Spekaer Agni Sapkota is against of the idea to prorogating the ongoing session of the federal parliament citing the need to endorsement of several important bills.
As Speaker Sapkota had differed the meeting of the parliament for July 1 just to escape the deadline of June 30 to endorse the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), the factional war of the ruling head NCP had begun to reflect in the parliament.