The Government of Nepal Statutory Law, 2004 is a legal code that regulates the functioning of the government of Nepal. The Statutory Law consists of a set of rules and regulations that govern the organization and operation of the government, and it sets forth the powers and responsibilities of the various branches of government.
The Statutory Law is divided into several chapters, each of which addresses a specific aspect of the government’s operations. Some of the topics covered by the Statutory Law include the structure and organization of the government, the powers and responsibilities of the various branches of government, the rules and procedures for the adoption of laws and regulations, the system of checks and balances, and the rights and duties of citizens.
The Statutory Law is an important legal code in Nepal, as it serves as the foundation for the operation of the government and helps to ensure that the country is governed in a transparent and accountable manner. The Statutory Law is periodically updated to reflect the changing needs and priorities of the country and to ensure that it remains relevant and effective.