The Interim Government of Nepal Act, 2007 was a law passed by the Parliament of Nepal in 2007 that established an interim government to lead the country during a period of political transition.
The Interim Government of Nepal Act was passed in the aftermath of the People’s War, which was a popular uprising that led to the abolition of the monarchy and the establishment of a federal democratic republic in Nepal in 2008. The Act was designed to provide a temporary framework for the operation of the government during the transition to the new system of government.
Under the Interim Government of Nepal Act, an interim parliament was established, consisting of representatives from the various political parties and civil society groups. The interim parliament was responsible for overseeing the operation of the government and for passing laws and regulations that were necessary for the transition to the new system of government.
The Interim Government of Nepal Act was in effect from 2007 to 2008, and it played a crucial role in facilitating the transition to the new system of government in Nepal. The Act is remembered as an important milestone in Nepal’s political development and is considered a significant moment in the country’s history.