Thousands march in Nepal to dissolve Parliament

The protesters, who say their decision was unconstitutional on 20 December, rallied outside their office despite the coronavirus virus during the gatherings.

Ollie says the internal sabotage and lack of support of his party has paralyzed the decision, forcing him to seek a new popular mandate.

Police officials overseeing security said that at least 10,000 people were on the streets to participate in the march – one of the most intense protests in the country since Oli’s dissolution of parliament.

“We have cleverly managed a rally of about 10,000 protesters,” said Basant Bahadur Kunwar, a police spokesman.

In January, the country’s top court will continue hearing on dozens of petitions filed under Oli’s political move and its plan to proceed with parliamentary elections on April 30 and May 10 next year.

The 19-year-old student, Rajesh Thapa, said, “The Prime Minister has no authority to dissolve the Parliament under the Constitution. Therefore, he should cancel his decision immediately.” Of the ruling Communist Party.


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