Today's session of the Legislature-Parliament has been postponed to facilitate the resolution of country's contemporary problems through mutual discussion and talks.
Organising a press conference at the Parliament premises today, Speaker Onsari Gharti said that the parliament meeting was postponed till May 18 with an objective of facilitating to resolve problems through talks and discussion by adopting responsibility towards nation.
Saying the impeachment motion filed against Chief Justice Sushila Karki has entered the parliament as per the due process, Speaker Gharti said, the matter how to forward the impeachment motion is the internal and special right of the parliament as it has already entered the parliament.
Expressing the view that the constitution has clearly mentioned about the duty, responsibilities and rights of the executive, legislature and judiciary as per the principle of the separation of power, she said that all three bodies should remain within their constitutional limit as per the provision of the constitution.
Minister for Foreign Affairs Dr. Prakash Sharan Mahat, in a meeting with Nancy Pelosi, informed her on the country's present politics, the local level election, the peace process and its success, and promulgation of the new constitution and its implementation.
In the meeting that took place at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singha Durbar, the Foreign Affairs Minister shed light on the provisions guaranteeing inclusiveness, human rights and democracy in the Constitution of Nepal.
On the occasion, the US leader Pelosi praised the provisions made in Nepal's constitution regarding women's participation and inclusion, expressing that the US could take a page out of these provision.