In Nepal, the government led by PM KP Oli has recommended dissolution of the cabinet. With this, Oli has called on the countrymen to prepare for the election. Meanwhile, all eyes are now on the Supreme Court’s decision in this case.
After the Deputy Minister of the Communist Party of China returned empty-handed from Nepal, PM KP Oli is now ready to give another blow to China.
According to a Kathmandu post report, a leader of a women’s organization associated with the Nepal Communist Party said that Oli gave a clear indication of an alliance with the Nepali Congress.
Paudel says that Deuba is not opposing Ollie’s move with as much force as it should. Significantly, Deuba can become the Prime Minister if the Supreme Court restores the Parliament of Nepal.
The Nepali Congress is hopeful that with the Nepal Communist Party formally separating, there is every possibility that the party may come to power. According to Nepali Congress sources, ever since the crisis in Nepal Communist Party has increased, the meeting of Oli and Deuba has increased.
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, who is leaning towards China, had recommended dissolution of the 275-member parliament on 20 December amid tug of war with former Prime Minister Prachanda. Taking action on Oli’s recommendation, President Vidya Devi Bhandari dissolved the Parliament on the same day and announced to hold general elections in the country on 30 April and 10 May.
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