Dissolving Nepal’s Parliament gives Oli free hand to run govt, split party


New Delhi, Dec 21: The decision taken by Nepal’s Prime Minister, K P Oli to dissolve Parliament would give him a free hand to run the government also split the party formed in 2018 by the merger of his Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist) with the Prachanda’s Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist Centre. Oli’s rival Pushpa Kumar Dahal a.k.a Prachanda has been trying to get the upper hand.

There have been several rounds of revolts against Oli, with the Prachanda faction demanding a greater say in the government. Oli on the other hand had refused to give in and had given several hints about splitting the party.

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Author: Vicky Nanjappa

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