Common Minimum Programme of government: social security allowance to 6 million in five years

Himalaya Times
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The government has made public its Common Minimum Programme that outlines its priorities as well as the tasks that will be executed during its term of office.

The common minimum program was announced in the presence of Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' at a program held today at the Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers. The document brings together the policy priorities and minimum programs of the ruling parties.

Coordinator Bishnu Paudel informed that social security allowance will be provided to 6 million people including senior citizens and single women in five years. Also workers with minimum wages will be managed.

 The CMP was developed by a task force constituted for the same by the coalition partners.

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