PM defends decision to dissolve HoR; All party meet terms it as assault on spirit of constitution

Kathmandu / Dec 21: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said although the dissolution of the House of Representatives appears unexpected and a sudden move on the surface, it is an incident resulting from the selfishness for power of some leaders within the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) since long.

Prime Minister Oli, who is also one of the two Chairmen of the party, said this in his address to the nation today, a day after the dissolution of the House of Representatives.

Alleging that works were carried out on making the national politics anomalous and instable after the election itself, he said some leaders were continually making efforts for instability even though the government had started working as per the public aspirations.

He also claimed that some leaders in the party were centred on post and prestige even going a step ahead than the opposition party leaders.

Parliament dissolution is an assault on spirit of constitution: all-party meeting

A meeting of the three party represented in the dissolved House of Representatives (HoR) that was held at the headquarters of the main opposition party Nepali COngress (NC), has concluded that Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s move to dissolve the HoR is an severe assault on the spirit of the Constitution of Nepal.

The meeting attended by the leaders of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP), NC and Janata Samajbadi Party (JSP) to forge strategies to tackle the new development following the dissolution of the lower house, concluded that the ‘unconstitutional’ move by PM Oli indicates that he is headed toward autocracy.

“We’ll jointly object to the undemocratic and unconstitutional move by the prime minister,” said Ramesh Lekhak, a NC leader.

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