KP Sharma Oli was shown the way out of the party, Election Commission gave this decision

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KP Sharma Oli was shown the way out of the party, Election Commission gave this decision

The ongoing political crisis in Nepal has not been named after the last one month. While the Pushp Kamal Dahal wanton group announced the exclusion of the acting Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli from the party, the Election Commission of the country has refused to accept the decision. The Election Commission has made it clear that it does not believe in both factions. Nepal Election Commission has said that the two camps are not following the Political Party Act 2017 and the party’s constitution, so the status quo will remain in the party for the moment.

Nepal Election Commission spokesman Raj Kumar Shrestha said, ‘The decisions taken by both factions are not in accordance with the constitution of the party, so we cannot change the details of Nepal Communist Party. We have made it clear to both KP Oli and Pushp Kamal Dahal that the Election Commission will consider the party’s current details.

Earlier, the anti-Nepal faction announced the exclusion of caretaker Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli from the party. Oli was shown a way out of the party at the meeting of the sectoral committee of Pushp Kamal Dahal aka Prachanda’s faction. Confirming this, Narayan Qazi Shrestha, spokesperson of the opposing faction, said that his membership has been canceled. On December 22 last year, Oli was removed from the post of co-chairman in the Communist Party.

On Friday, leaders of the opposing faction threatened to cancel Oli’s membership. Leaders and activists of the anti-faction took to the streets for the second time in a month to protest against Oli. They are angry with Oli’s decision to dissolve Parliament on December 20 last year. Oli has announced to hold elections in April May this year, dissolving the parliament. Oli’s decision was approved by President Bidya Devi Bhandari.

The Nepal Communist Party was born by the merger of Oli’s CPN-UML and Dahal’s party CPL (Maoist). Since the ideology of the two parties was different, it was feared from the beginning that it would not last long. Within two years, once again the Communist Party is divided into two. 

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