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Dissolution of the Nepalese parliament, which is unconstitutional, says former chairman Sapokota



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May 22, 2021 21:23 IST

Kathmandu [Nepal]May 22 (ANI): Former Speaker of the House of Representatives Agni Prasad Sapokota President Bidhya Devi Bandari’s decision to dissolve HOR on Saturday Constitution Of Nepal.
In a statement released Saturday night, former Speaker of the House Sapokota described the president’s move as “against an unprecedented Supreme Court ruling.”
“The unprecedented move opposes the Supreme Court’s political struggle and verdict that invalidated the prime minister. KP SharmaoriThe previous move to dismantle Congress on December 20, 2020. “
According to Article 76 (5), there is a provision to appoint a prime minister on the premise that the requirements for forming a new government are met.
But he added that the president’s decision to proceed with the decision despite the alternatives being offered does not seem to be constitutional.
Sapkota also called on all democracies to unite for constitutional hegemony and national well-being. He also urged the government to prioritize the handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cheong Wa Dae announced on Saturday early morning that it would announce the dissolution of the house for the second time in accordance with Article 76 (7). Constitution Of Nepal.
The Nepalese opposition alliance on Saturday declared that such a move would take legal and political action against Prime Minister Ori and President Bandari.
The Himalayan state fell into political turmoil after Prime Minister Ori lost his distrust resolution to parliament earlier this month. Political uncertainty arises when the country faces a catastrophic surge in COVID-19 cases. (ANI)



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