Asar 28, Kathmandu. The dispute of the ruling CPN-UML has been settled on the eve of the day the Supreme Court is anticipated to rule on the problem of dissolution of the House of Representatives.
The task force comprising Chairman KP Sharma Oli and senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal has reached a 10-point agreement. consistent with Ghanshyam Bhusal, a frontrunner of the Nepali side and a member of the task force, the six-point demand has been met by this agreement.
The MoU also discusses the difficulty of dissolution of the House of Representatives and also the government pending within the Supreme Court.
In the sixth point of the agreement, it’s said that we are going to proceed in step with the lawful and institutional decision on the problem of dissolution of the House of Representatives within the Supreme Court and on the premise of the spirit and spirit of party unity.
Chairman Oli was of the view that the signatures of the 23 outgoing parliamentarians of the UML should be withdrawn from the writ petition demanding the dissolution of the parliament and therefore the appointment of Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba because the Prime Minister. He had given an ultimatum till 5 pm on Asar 18, by holding a gathering of the Central Committee on Asar 22.
Leader Nepal and his party leaders were in position that the signatures wouldn’t be withdrawn under any circumstances. This issue wasn’t resolved although most of the problems were prearranged within the informal discussions between the second tier leaders. in keeping with the members, it took an extended time to revive the task force.
An agreement was reached on Sunday, which suggests the UML will stand together when the court rules. Explaining the sixth point of the agreement, a member of the task force said that there’s nothing before the court’s decision.After the choice, UML are in one place and move forward by making institutional decisions.
A total of 146 lawmakers, including 23 from the CPN-UML, had filed a writ petition within the Supreme Court demanding the dissolution of the parliament and therefore the appointment of Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba because the prime minister. The matter has been heard and a call will probably be taken tomorrow.