The decision of the Supreme Court of Nepal to remove Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli has given new life to the Nepali Congress and the constitutional democracy of Nepal.

Vice-president of the party Bimlendra Nidhi told on Monday that Following the Supreme Court’s verdict, Nepali Congress president Sher Bahadur Deuba will be sworn in as the new Prime Minister on Tuesday.

He said that “We welcome the verdict of the Honourable Supreme Court as it has given a clear political alternative before the people of Nepal ending the rule of PM Oli. It also shows that President Bidhya Devi Bhandari has drifted by denying the opportunity of a floor test to the claim of Shri Deuba to form the government earlier after the reinstatement of the lower house of Parliament,”

‘New direction Nepal politics, this is said by Mr Nidhi had been stuck with Oli but now the clear decision of the Supreme Court has given a new direction to the country.

Following the decision, Mr Deuba will have to be sworn in as the Prime Minister of Nepal within a day. But the condition is that “Within 30 days Mr. Deuba will have to prove the majority of his government in Parliament,”

Mr Nidhi said that the decision was particularly critical of PM Oli and President Bhandari and held both of them guilty of violating constitutional norms while dealing with the political crisis that began last December 20 when President Bhandari dissolved the lower house of the Nepalese Parliament after being advised by the PM Oli Cabinet.

Written By Sapna Chaudhary

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