Oli wants 10 majority in Nepal: Amore

Kathmandu: Nepal’s Prime Minister KP Singh faces many challenges. Sharma Oli will try to prove his majority in the lower house of parliament on 10 May. He has called the session of the House on 10 May on the recommendation of Oli of President Bidya Devi Bhandari. On this day, Oli will try to prove the necessary confidence vote in his favor in the lower house to stay in power. The 69-year-old Oli needs 136 votes in the 69-member lower house. Currently four members are suspended. There is an atmosphere of political upheaval in Nepal. The Prime Minister dissolved the lower house in December. But then the Supreme Court overturned Ollie’s decision. Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Leela Nath Shrestha hoped that the government would prove a majority. He also said that this would be an opportunity for other parties to form government, otherwise the country would be pushed towards elections. -PTI

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