Decision taken by Oli-affiliated CPN to implement Supreme Court decision
KATHMANDU: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is going to recommend to the President to convene a meeting of the House of Representatives as per the court decision.
The Prime Minister has informed that the session of the parliament will be convened within the time limit given by the court in the meeting of the Standing Committee of the CPN.
Talking to reporters after the meeting, Foreign Minister Pradip Gyawali, who is also the spokesperson of the Pro-Oli CPN, said that the court’s decision would be implemented within the stipulated time.
Gyawali informed that a meeting of the parliamentary party and the central committee was also discussed in the standing committee. He also said that the meeting convened by party leader KP Oli and deputy leader Subash Nemwang would be official.
Today, the Prachanda-Madhav faction has also called a meeting of the parliamentary parties. Gyawali said that no action has been taken against Prachanda and others so far as they are flexible for party unity.
The meeting of the Standing Committee of the Oli Party will continue on Thursday. The meeting has expressed concern that the country will go into instability after the Supreme Court decision and the past distortions of the parliamentary system will be repeated.
Gyawali also said that they are in discussions with all parties to find a political solution.