Nepal PM KP Sharma Oli to Seek Vote of Confidence: Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli will have to win the trust vote on Monday to prove his majority in the lower house of Parliament. He has to prove a majority in the lower house after Pushpakmal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ led Nepal Communist Party (Maoist Center) withdrew support to the Oli government. A special session of Parliament has been called in Nepal and during this time Prime Minister Oli will try to win in the confidence vote to prove majority in the 275-member House.
The fate of the Prime Minister will be decided on the outcome of the confidence vote on Monday, due to which the ruling Nepal Communist Party (UML) has issued a whip to all its MPs and requested to vote in favor of the Prime Minister. Oli’s government has come into a minority after the withdrawal of support from the government led by the Pradeep led party (Vote of Confidence in Nepal). After which the political crisis started in the country. Which was discussed worldwide and even China tried to interfere in the politics here.
Ollie hopes for a majority
Currently, 121 members are with the ruling Nepal Communist Party (UML) in the lower house. However, Oli is hopeful that he will prove his majority with the support of MPs from other parties during the trust vote (Nepal Political Crises). Meanwhile, sources have said that the Madhav Nepal-led rival faction of the Nepal Communist Party (UML) has warned of the resignation of all the 22 MPs who supported them before the vote. The CPN (Maoist Center) officially withdrew support from the government on Wednesday, following which the Oli-led government lost its majority in the House of Representatives.
Why was support withdrawn?
Regarding this, senior party leader Ganesh Shah had told that a letter of intent has been handed over to the Parliament Secretariat. Regarding handing over the letter, the chief whip of the Maoist Center Dev Gurung told reporters that the party decided to withdraw support from the Oli government, as the government has violated the constitution (Oli Government in Nepal). He said that the recent activities of the government posed a threat to democratic processes and national sovereignty. The Oli government lost its majority in the House of Representatives after the withdrawal of support.
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