Nepalese opposition promises to take legal action against Prime Minister Ori, a move to dissolve President Bandari’s parliament

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May 22, 2021 17:51 IST

Kathmandu [Nepal]May 22 (ANI): The decision to dissolve the House of Representatives is called an “unconstitutional and undemocratic” alliance. Nepal Saturday opposition declared they would take legal and political action against them Prime Minister KP Sharmaori When President Bidhya Devi Bandari For making such a move.
Opposition leaders, including major opposition parties, in a joint statement issued at the end of the meeting on Saturday Nepali Parliament (NC), CPN (Maoist Center), Madab NepalThe ruling CPN-UML leader, the Upendra Yadav-led faction of the Janata Samajbadi Party (JSP), and Rashtriya Janamorcha called the president’s move unconstitutional, undemocratic, dictatorial, and regressive.
Leaders expressed their commitment to unite and uphold constitutional rights. NepalCitizens have achieved it at the end of years of political struggle, the Himalayan Times reported.
“Because the president had the support of 149 members of the House of Representatives, he should have appointed President Sherba Hadurduba of North Carolina in accordance with Article 76 (5) of the Constitution,” the statement said.
The Himalayan state fell into political turmoil after Prime Minister Ori lost his confidence vote. Parliament Earlier this month. Political uncertainty arises when the country faces a catastrophic surge in COVID-19 cases.
Both parties argued that despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the government was terrified of attempts to prolong the dictatorship.
They further urged all political and civilian forces to condemn and oppose the “regressive and dictatorial intent” of the Ori Bandari duo.
Nepal President Bandari dissolved the House of Representatives at the recommendation of the Cabinet and called for a new election in November.
Before dawn on Saturday, Cheong Wa Dae announced that it would dissolve the house for the second time in accordance with Article 76 (7) of the Constitution. Nepal..

The next election will take place on November 12th and 19th, following the recommendations of the Cabinet.
President Bandari is also Ori Nepali Parliamentary (NC) President Sherba Hadurduba may be appointed as the next prime minister, and Ori will dissolve the House of Representatives to President Bandari and hold two-stage elections on November 12 and 19. Recommended.
Prior to the declaration of a new election, President Bandari also said with Ori. Nepali Next afternoon, Speaker of Parliament Sherba Hadur Duba will be accepted.
The reason given was that Ori could not be appointed Prime Minister as 26 members of the CPN-UML and 12 members of the Janata Samajiwadi Party (JSP). Deuba support.
The president also argued that Deuba could not be appointed chairman of the UML, and parliamentary leaders wrote not to allow the signatures of 26 UML members.
On Friday afternoon, Ori insisted on the post of Prime Minister and told President Bandari to go to form a new party, including 121 CPN-UML lawmakers and 32 Janatasamajiwadi Party (JSP) 153. According to Article 76 (5) of the Constitution, which states that it has the support of human HoR members, it points out that the government does not have a number to pass the floor test.
Similarly, President Deuba of North Carolina arrived at Shital Niwas with a list of 149 members, including 26 members of Khanal.Nepal UML faction, JSP Yadav-Bhattarai faction 12 faction, Rashtriya Janamorcha faction.
Current strength of the Chamber of Deputies Parliament 271 after the Maoist Center expelled four members of the CPN-UML after the Supreme Court (SC) invalidated the integration of UML and Maoist Center on March 7.
The dissolved parliamentary UML had 121 members, including Khanal-.Nepal The faction, NC 63 (but two are suspended), Maoist Center 49 (including speakers), JSP 34 (two suspended), and three members are independent. (ANI) Nepalese opposition promises to take legal action against Prime Minister Ori, a move to dissolve President Bandari’s parliament

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