HoR Session Prorogued after Passing Three Bills

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HoR Session Prorogued after Passing Three Bills

April 14: The current session of the House of Representatives (HoR) was prorogued on Sunday.    
During the HoR meeting on Sunday, Speaker Devraj Ghimire read out a letter related to this received from the president.    
The speaker announced that the HoR session “automatically ends at 12 midnight of April 14”. The session had started on January 16.    
The speaker said that the HoR conducted its parliamentary business, convening 23 times in 23 days and for a total 81 hours and 55 minutes. Three bills, namely, the Monitoring and Evaluation Bill, the Food Purity and Quality Bill and the Anti-Money Laundering Bill, were passed in this session.  -- RSS   


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