Monday, 18 July 2016

PM Kp Sharma Oli Speech

Posted by Anup Baral July 18, 2016 :

Secretary Pradeep Gyawali has claimed that although the major coalition partner CPN (Maoist Centre) has pulled out of the incumbent government, the government had not been reduced to minority position yet. At an interaction programme organized by Press Chautari Nepal here on Saturday, Secretary Gyawali reiterated that there was no legal basis to prove that the government was in minority. Gyawali accused the major opposition Nepali Congress (NC) together with CPN (MC) were towards toppling the incumbent government and leading the country to transitional phase. He was of the opinion that the NC and CPN (MC) were jealous of the government covering the grounds in the areas of post-quake reconstruction effort, safeguarding national sovereignty, defying border blockade and bolstering ties with China among others. Furthermore, Gyawali assured that Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli will deny accusations in the parliament one by one, leaving the ball at the court of the public, for verdict. He argued that the Speaker of the House Onsari Gharti brining the vote of no-confidence in the parliament by leaving behind the Bill under consideration had raised question on her impartiality. “The Speaker of the House has made a serious mistake by forwarding the vote of no-confidence. It raises question on her impartiality.” Moreover, Gyawali clarified that although the PM has the authority to dissolve the parliament, the PM will not do so to leave the country without the elected people’s representatives. RSS

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