Embassy of Nepal marks 9 th Constitution and National Day

By Ricky Laxa
Staff Writer

The Embassy of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal in Kuwait marked its 9 th Constitution and National Day during a diplomatic reception held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Kuwait. The Assistant Foreign Minister for Protocol Affairs His Excellency Nabeel Rashed Al Dakheel, Ambassador of Tajikistan and Dean of Diplomatic Corps His Excellency Zubaydullo Zubaydzoa and Sujani Rana, Chargé d’Affaires a.i. of the Embassy of Nepal officiated the ceremonial cutting of the cakes in celebration of the occasion. Present in the event were members of the diplomatic community in Kuwait and invited guests.

The constitution of Nepal includes fundamental principles of democracy, human rights, peace, progress, equality, and equity and that have been celebrated until present this day since it was promulgated on 20 th September 2015 replacing the Interim Constitution of 2007. The present constitution is the seventh written constitution of Nepal which aims at establishing socialism through citizen’s socioeconomic and cultural rights. It bears special significance for it was promulgated through the constituent assembly based on Janaandolan II, Comprehensive Peace Accord and peace process.

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