Nepal’s Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Sunday announced his resignation in the Parliament after the conclusion of deliberations on the no-confidence motion against him.
Seeing his coalition partners forsaking him and the no-confidence motion almost certain to pass, the CPN-UML chairman took the step to prevent himself from further humiliation.
He spent 287 days in Singhadarbar as Nepal’s executive head. After responding to the no-confidence motion, Prime Minister Oli told the House he already tendered resignation to the President.
PM Oli informed this while responding to the no-confidence motion filed against him at the Legislature-Parliament meeting.
Also, he informed the parliament that government had recommended the President to remove the constitutional difficulties.
The recommendation was made as per Article 305 of the constitution.