Our Pasts - 3 (History)
How, When and Where
From Trade to Territory - the Company Establishes Power
Ruling the Countryside
Tribals, Dikus and the Vision of a Golden Age
When People Rebel - 1857 and After
Colonialism and the City - the Story of an Imperial Capital
Weavers, Iron Smelters and Factory Owners
Civilising the "Native", Educating the Nation
Women, Caste and Reform
The Changing World of Visual Arts
The Making of the National Movement: 1870s - 1947
India After Independence
Resources and Development (Geography)
Land, Soil, Water, Natural Vegetation and Wildlife Resources
Mineral and Power Resources
Social and Political Life - 3
The Indian Constitution
Why Do We Need a Parliament?
Understanding Our Criminal Justice System
Law and Social Justice
Look at the wordings of the two documents given below. The first column is from the 1990 Nepal Constitution. The second column is from the more recent interim Constitution of Nepal.
1990 Constitution of Nepal
Part 7: Executive
2007 Interim Constitution
Part 5: Executive
Article 35: Executive Power: The executive power of the Kingdom of Nepal shall be vested in His Majesty and the Council of Ministers.
Article 37: Executive Power: the executive power of Nepal shall be vested in the council of Ministers.
What is the difference in who exercises ‘Executive Power’ in the above two Constitutions of Nepal? Keeping this in mind, why do you think Nepal needs a new Constitution today?