Prime Minister Oli in an interview with lokaantar has indicated that the House of Representatives may be dissolved again.
In an question ‘ There is talk outside and within the country that the House of Representatives will be dissolved again and early elections will be held. How can the people understand? ”
PM said : ‘ The dissolution of the House of Representatives is not my hobby,” Oli said. As I said before, I was dissolved due to my compulsion. I still have no hobbies.
PM added : ‘ What should I do if the constitution pushes me to the brink? The Constitutional Court did not accept what the Constitution gave me as a smooth path. ‘
“Now, what would you do if the constitution did the same through another process?”, Oli added. The implementation of Article 76, 5, 3 of the Constitution will not be sought today. If someone has a majority, a majority government is formed.
This is immediately after the election. After the election, if there is a majority, a majority government is formed, if not, a coalition government of two or more parties is formed, if it does not get a vote of confidence, it becomes a major party. If the major party fails to get a vote of confidence and a government is not formed, it will go to the polls. ‘
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli even insisted that the dissolution of the House of Representatives was legal despite the Supreme Court reversing it. He also claimed that he had dissolved the House of Representatives in accordance with the constitution for a fresh mandate on the political situation in the country.
He also claimed that the party (then CPN) had split before the dissolution of the House of Representatives. ‘The party had split even before the dissolution of the House of Representatives. Didn’t 83 people from my own party take signatures against me? “Wherever the president has gone, wherever the speaker has gone,” he said in an interview. You didn’t get it at that time, you couldn’t get an MP. ‘
He also said that as the country was heading towards instability, it had decided to go for fresh mandate in the mid-term elections.
I believe in the rule of law
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has made it clear that the government cannot release Resham Chaudhary. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.
Oli said that the issue of whether Resham Chaudhary will be released or not is up to the court.
‘How can I say that I will release Resham Chaudhary? The case is in court. How can I be released ‘, he said,’ I believe in the rule of law. It is not up to me whether Resham Chaudhary will be released or not, it is a matter for the court.
Whether he is guilty or not is a matter for the court to investigate. I am not a judge. The Council of Ministers does not decide. The court will reverse the decision made by the cabinet. ‘
He clarified that the Council of Ministers would not rule on the issue of Resham Chaudhary and would abide by the court’s order, even though the President could pardon him on the basis of his decision.