Kathmandu -Thousands took to the streets in Kathmandu, Nepal on Tuesday local time. This action was against the Prime Minister of Nepal , KP Sharma Oli, who recommended the dissolution of parliament.
Reported by CNN , Wednesday (12/30/2020) the protesters said the decision on December 20 was unconstitutional. They took action outside PM Oli's office even though the Corona virus restrictions were still in place.
Oli said internal bickering and a lack of cooperation from his party had paralyzed decision-making and forced him to seek a new mandate for support.
The police official carrying out security said at least 10,000 people took to the streets to participate in the parade. The protests have become one of the most intense in the country since the government dissolved parliament.
"We wisely organized the demonstration of about 10,000 demonstrators," said police spokesman Basanta Bahadur Kunwar.
The high court said in January it would continue to hear dozens of petitions filed against Oli's political move and his plans to continue next year's parliamentary elections on April 30 and May 10. The date was less than two years before the scheduled date.
"The prime minister does not have the authority to dissolve parliament under the constitution. Therefore, he must immediately overturn his decision," said 19-year-old student Rajesh Thapa, raising the red hammer and sickle flag printed on it, a symbol of the ruling communist party. , ".
Nepalese President Bidhya Devi Bhandari dissolved parliament on Sunday (27/12) local time. The dismissal came after PM Oli recommended the move which was sparked by a dispute between the Himalayan country's prime minister and members of his party.
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