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गृहपृष्ठEnglishFormer Chief Justices say the dissolution of House is unconstitutional

Former Chief Justices say the dissolution of House is unconstitutional

Kathmandu. Former Chief Justices of Nepal have said that the dissolution of the House of Representatives has been an unconstitutional act of PM KP Sharma Oli.

The group of four chief justices of Nepal has issued a press release saying the dissolution of the House by President Bidyadevi Bhandari according to recommendation of PM Oli has been an unconstitutional act.

Minabahadur Raymajhi, Anupraj Sharma, Kalyan Shrestha and Sushila Karki have jointly issued the release of Friday.

They argue in the release that there is no provision of dissolving the House of Representatives in the current constitution of Nepal. According to the release ,ignoring the important revolutionary provision for the stability of the House and government enshrined in the constitution, without any hurdle raised the step of dissolving the House taken  is an extraordinary political act and and of creating constitutional hurdle.

They argue that if the dissolution of the House is legalized it will create a constitutional dilemma.

They urged all concerned parties and stakeholders to bring the current political turbulence on the right track and ensure not to allow such situation in the country for the sake of the democracy, rule of law and development.

The dissolution has resulted adverse effects in the implementation of constitutional system, political stability, good governance and environment of development.


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