President Bhandari sent a petition to the Constitutional Bench of the Nepal SC against the dissolution of the House

Kathmandu: Nepal Supreme Court The dissolution of the petition sent on Thursday the 19th was a challenge House of Representatives And Leader of the Opposition Sher Bahadur Deuba rejected the president’s claim for prime minister in the Constitutional Court.
According to the Himalayan Times, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Chholendra Shamsher Rana had filed 19 writ petitions on his bench. At the end of the proceedings, the order was sent to the Constitutional Court, the Himalayan Times reported.
A one-member bench headed by the chief justice is scheduled to hear the writ petition on Friday.
These cases will be heard with eleven members, one of whom has demanded appointment Nepali Congress President Deuba as Prime Minister.
The opposition coalition had filed 300 petitions in the Supreme Court, including one challenging the dissolution of the assembly on Friday.
President Vidyadevi Bhandari on Saturday dissolved the 2,275-member House of Representatives and announced snap elections for the second time in months on November 12 and November 1, led by a minority government, on the advice of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli.
He said both governments had rejected bids from Prime Minister Oli and the opposition coalition to form a government. Oli and Nepali Congress president Deuba had made separate demands for the PM.
Nepal’s opposition coalition on Monday filed a writ petition in the Supreme Court seeking the reinstatement of the House of Representatives and the appointment of Deuba as prime minister. Others had also petitioned against the dissolution of the House of Representatives.
The constitution envisions a one-member constitutional bench headed by Chief Justice Rana. Rana selected the members of the bench.
The previous president had dissolved it on December 20 Parliament And called a snap poll on April and May 10. However, two months later, the Rana-led Constitutional Court overturned the decision on February 23 and reconstituted the House.
Constitutional experts have criticized Oli and Bhandari for trampling on the constitution. Nepal was plunged into a political crisis after President Bhandari dissolved the House on December 20 last year and a power struggle within the ruling Communist Party of Nepal led by President Bhandari dissolved the House on the recommendation of Prime Minister Oli and announced new elections.NCP).
Oli’s move to dissolve the assembly was opposed by a large section of the NCP, led by his rival. Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’.
In February, Apex court Oli, in one fell swoop, was preparing for the snap poll.

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