Constitution Day marked in Oman

September 22, 2017


Mascot, Oman, September 22: The Nepali Embassy in Oman marked the Constitution Day organizing a special ceremony at Grand Hyatt Muscat Hotel on Wednesday evening.

The second Constitution Day fall on Tuesday this year. The day is celebrated to mark the promulgation of a new constitution through Constituent Assembly (CA).

At the special function organized by the Nepali Embassy, Omani Minister for Tourism Ahmed bin Nasser Al Mahrizi and over one dozen officials from State Council and Shura Council of Oman, all the diplomatic heads in Oman, journalists, entrepreneurs among others were present.

The function is expected to further enhance the cordial relation between the two countries. Some 20,000 Nepalis are currently working in Oman and the number is low when compared to other countries.

Addressing the function, Nepali Ambassador to Oman, Sharmila Parajuli Dhakal said that the constitution has incorporated multiparty parliamentary system, rule of law, federalism, secularism, press freedom among others, adding that Nepal has moved ahead in a path of prosperity following the promulgation of the constitution.

“Following the promulgation of the constitution, Nepal has established peace and development has taken a pace,” she said.

On the occasion, the Nepali Ambassador informed all about the touristic and religious places in Nepal and asked all to visit Nepal.

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