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NC decides to stand against vote of confidence in the House


Nepalnews
2021 May 08, 20:47, Kathmandu
This image shows Neplai Congress Central Party Office in Sanepa Lalitpur in January 2020. Photo courtesy: Netra Tamang

Main opposition Nepali Congress (NC) parliamentary party has decided to stand against Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s bid to gain vote of confidence in the House of Representatives.

A meeting of the parliamentary party today took the decision to foil the vote of confidence to be taken in the HoR session scheduled for May 10, shared NC whip chief Balkrishna Khand. The parliamentary party meeting also decided to urge other political parties to stand against the vote of confidence motion.

The meeting has endorsed the NC’s central committee meeting of last April 3 to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Oli and take initiative to form a government under NC’s leadership.

The meeting had also drawn a conclusion that the recent issuance of the ordinance by the government on the constitutional council was against the spirit of the constitution and also informed that NC President Sher Bahadur Deuba would not participate in the council meeting and urged other members not to take part in the meeting.

The meeting also urged the government to effectively perform for the prevention and control of COVID-19 and import vaccines against the virus to give relief to the people without any delay.

The parliamentary party meeting has also decided to request the countries producing anti-COVID vaccines to make them available to Nepal. 

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