Can govt. invoke parliamentary supremacy to fulfill pledges?

As the government struggles to fulfill some of its election pledges due to the limitations of its power and the need to respect laws governing constitutional bodies, some Members of Parliament (MPs) are calling for a radical shift in approach to deliver the pledges – by invoking the concept of parliamentary supremacy.

Punakha dzongkhag administration suspends river rafting over safety concerns

Punakha – The Punakha Dzongkhag administration has temporarily suspended white-water rafting...

CCAA imposes hefty fines on businesses for selling expired and adulterated items

The Competition and Consumer Affairs Authority (CCAA) fined a wholesale business...

From experiment to success

In 2014, Padam Bahadur Rai, 43, bought three beehives to experiment...

MP accused of child molestation

The mother of a 16-year-old has accused a member of Parliament...

A 13-year-old boy dreams to lead Bhutan as prime minister

Wangsisina, Gawailing Happy Home, Thimphu, July 11: In the outdoor kitchen...

Bhutan in the Asian Race towards LGBTIQA+ Equality

A globally anticipated legislation to amend the National Gender Equality Policy...

Decades-long water crisis in Khasakha village nearing an end

Some 32 households of lower Khasakha village under Mewang gewog, located...

Gewog administrations to manage community service centres

After more than a decade in limbo, the government will finally...

9-year-old dies amid referral delays and roadblocks

Gelephu—Dorji Wangmo, a nine-year-old girl from Bardo gewog, Zhemgang, died at...

Bhutan records increased livestock production

Bhutan’s total dairy production, which includes milk, butter, cheese, and chugo,...

Police forwards Pamtsho murder case to OAG

The Thimphu police have charged 26-year-old prime suspect with the murder...

Blacktopping of road to Chubbu Tshachu to boost visitor numbers

Punakha—The road to the popular Chubbu Tshachu (hot spring) in Toedwang...

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