When was the Interim Constitution of Nepal 2063 issued?
Again following the 2007 democracy movement in Nepal, Interim Constitution was promulgated in 2007. This constitution was promulgated on 15 January 2007.
When was the Interim Constitution of Nepal 2063 repealed?
15 January 2007
|Title||Interim Constitution of Nepal 2063 (2007) (repealed)|
|Publisher||National Legislative Bodies / National Authorities|
|Publication Date||15 January 2007|
|Topics||Citizenship / Nationality law | Constitutional law|
What is the provision made by the Article 23 of the Interim Constitution of Nepal 2063?
23. Right against preventive detention: (1) No person shall be held under preventive detention unless there is a sufficient ground of the existence of an immediate threat to the sovereignty, territorial integrity or public peace and order of Nepal.
Why is the date 2063 Jestha 4 famous in Nepalese?
The election for Constituent Assembly was completed on 28th Chaitra 2064 B.S. CPN Maoist won the majority votes. The first meeting of the assembly declared Nepal as republic and abolished monarchy on 15th Jestha 2065 B.S. This ended the monarchy rule in Nepal that had run for centuries.
What are the three organs?
Experience from all over the world, and from time immemorial has taught that three particular organs of government are the most basic. These are: the Executive; (b) the Legislature; and (c) the Judiciary.
Who was the president of the interim constitution?
The Viceroy’s Executive Council became the executive branch of the interim government. Originally headed by the Viceroy of India, it was transformed into a council of ministers, with the powers of a prime minister bestowed on the vice-president of the Council, a position held by the Congress leader Jawaharlal Nehru.
What are the 31 fundamental rights?
Rights described in constitution
- Right to live with dignity (16)
- Right to freedom (17)
- Right to equality (18)
- Right to communication (19)I.
- Right relating to justice (20)
- Right of a victim of a crime (21)
- Right against torture (22)
- Right against preventive detention (23)
What was happened on 2063 baisakh 11?
The 13th Democracy Day is being celebrated across the country today with fanfare by organizing different programs. The then King Gyanendra had reinstated the parliament 13 years ago in 11 Baisakh, 2063 BS that was dissolved in 8 Jestha, 2059 BS.
Why was Dr KI Singh called from the banished life?
K. l. Singh was called from the banished life and appointed as the prime minister of Nepal because he played an important role for Revolution against autocratic Rana rule of Nepal.
Who is the head of the country?
India is a Sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic Republic with a Parliamentary form of government which is federal in structure with unitary features. There is a Council of Ministers with the Prime Minster as its head to advice the President who is the constitutional head of the country.
Which is the highest Court in India?
Supreme Court of India
Supreme Court of India came into existence on 26th January, 1950 and is located on Tilak Marg, New Delhi. The Supreme Court of India functioned from the Parliament House till it moved to the present building.
Who is known as the Father of the Indian Constitution?
Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar
Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, the father of the Indian Constitution, was an ambitious leader, journalist, economist and social reformer who fought for discrimination against the untouchables. On August 29, 1947, he formed a committee of seven members calling it the ‘Drafting Committee’.