Oli faction decides to implement court verdict
Kathmandu, 24 February (2021) - Oli faction of Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has decided to implement the verdict of the Supreme Court to reinstate the House of Representatives.
Standing committee of the party decided to implement the decision made by the constitutional bench of the apex court, Spokesperson Pradeep Gyawali informed.
The meeting took place at Prime Minister KP Sharma's official residence at Baluwatar on Wednesday.
"NCP believes in separation of powers, fundamental values of democracy and rule of law. We have decided to execute the decision of the constitutional bench," Gyawali told reporters.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Gyawali also informed that parliament session will be called on the scheduled date. The Supreme Court annulled the government's decision to dissolve the parliament and issued an order to call parliament session within 13 days.
"Fourth session of the parliament will be called on time. We have been discussing about the political circumstances after the resumption of House session," Gyawali said.
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