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Thursday, April 29, 2010

THE EXECUTIVE BODY OF NEPAL

Thursday, April 29, 2010

The executive is the law implementing body of the state. The Council of Ministers or government is the executive body of a country. Executive makes programmes and policies and executes the law passed by the legislature. In a broad sense, executive means the supreme administrator of the country. there is a provision of executive in Part 5 of Interim Constitution of Nepal-2063. According to it, the executive power of Nepal is exercised by the Council of Ministers. The executive works of Nepal are carried out in the Government of Nepal.

Formation of Executive
The Prime Minister is appointed on the basis of political consent and in his chairmanship, the Council of Ministers is formed. According to the constitution, the functions of the government of Nepal are carried out in the spirit of people’s movement by political consent and culture of mutual understanding. The Prime Minister can appoint the Deputy Prime Minister, Ministers, State Ministers and Assistant Ministers from among the members of Legislative-Parliament on the recommendation of concerned political party. There is also the provision that according to political understanding, Prime Minister can appoint the person as the Deputy Prime-Minister, Minister, State Minister or Assistant Minister who are not the members of Legislative-Parliament.

Power and Functions of the Executive
The function of executive is increasing day by day in this modern age. There is a lot of work that the executive has to perform. It is the duty of the e executive to maintain law and order in the country. Executive has to fulfil the basic needs of the people like food, shelter, clothing, education and health services. The following are the major functions of the executive:

  • To run the administration of the country efficiently and provide basic service to the people. Executive makes important appointments and transfers, and controls and supervises all civil and military departments and their subordinates.
  • To maintain law and order and protect the country from foreign invasion.
  • To impose taxes and run various development works.
  • To sign treaties and make good diplomatic relations, depute ambassadors to foreign countries.
  • To present the budget in the parliament and operate it after the approval of the parliament.
  • To summon, adjourn or postpone the session of the parliament.
  • To table the draft bill in the parliament for appropriate laws.


28 comments:

Pujan said...

Where can I find the notes of Bachelor 1year Political science in english

harshit bhatta said...

who exercises the executive power in nepal?

harshit bhatta said...

who exercises the executive power in nepal?

Bigyan Lama said...

prime minister

Unknown said...

the council of ministers exercise the executive power in nepal

Preety Bhusal said...
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Preety Bhusal said...

number of constituent member in parliament from direct election and proportional basis.. please!

Prince magar said...

I want more information of this topics please...��

mahesh bhattarai said...

Council of Ministers

mahesh bhattarai said...

Council of Ministers

Arya A said...

under the leadership of prime minister council of minister exercise the executive power in nepal

Unknown said...

how is council of ministers formed??

Unknown said...

how is council of ministers formed??

Unknown said...

who exercises executive body of nepal

Sangita Shrestha said...

it is copied from a book

Sangita Shrestha said...

it is copied from a book

Dipan Kharel said...

Thanks! It helped in my Social Vacation research work really much!

Inesh Khanal said...

It is literally copied from the Grade-10 Social Studies book...smh

Unknown said...

What is the present formation of federal executive can you plz describe

dHIRAJ thP said...

okay,, it is enough for school level but more information is demanded

Mayub Maharzan said...

PM, Puspa K. Dahal

rahul kauri said...

165 from direct and 110 proportional basis

rahul kauri said...

but it is in parliament

Awiskar Pokhrel said...

my book copied from this

Unknown said...

In present condition, How many village executives in Nepal

Unknown said...
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Unknown said...

how many village executives are there in nepal

Samyang Limbu said...

how many village executives are there in nepal

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