What compelled Nepalese PM KP Oli recommended dissolution of Parliament, Explained

In an Emergency Meeting convened by Nepalese Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli on Sunday recommended President Bidya Devi Bhandari for dissolution of Nepalese Parliament. Mid-Terms Polls are likely to be held in April / May. However, an official in this regard shall follow soon.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Dec 21, 2020 15:58 IST
What compelled Nepalese PM KP Oli recommended dissolution of Parliament, Explained
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Nepal's House of Representatives informed the Senior Standing Committee Member of the Ruling Nepal Communist Party. The Nepalese Street witnessed on 21st December Morning the Protests in front of the Narayanhiti Palace, Kathmandu, Nepal. The Last King of Nepal Gyanendra vacated Narayanhiti on 11th June June 2008.

Beleaguered Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli on Sunday recommended "Dissolution of Nepalese Parliament. Hence, prolonged Tussle between Opposition Leader Pushpa Kamal  Dahal Prachand witnessed end of Nepalese Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli led over 03-Years' Old Party House of Representatives Government, which has 275 members.

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The Federal Parliament of Nepal has a strength of 334 Seats (59 Assemblymen Plus 275 Representatives), which consists of Khadga Prasad Oli led Leader of the House of Representatives since 4th March 2018.

Currently Nepalese parliament has 174 members of Nepal Communist Party, 63 of Nepal Congress, 34 of PSPN Members and 04 Independent members.

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