Nepalese Congress leader Sher Bahadur Deuba, who has been appointed Nepal’s new prime minister, refused to take the oath due to an error in the presidential office. He has alleged that he will not be sworn in until the notice issued for his appointment by the office of the president is changed. President Bidya Devi Bhandari had approved the appointment of Deuba as Prime Minister following the decision of the Supreme Court of Nepal.
Deuba angry for not having mentioned the article of the Constitution
According to media reports, this article of the Constitution was not mentioned in the published notice regarding the appointment of Deuba to the office of the president. In fact, a constitutional bench of five judges headed by Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Rana of the Supreme Court of Nepal, in its ordinance, said that Deuba should be appointed Prime Minister in accordance with Article 76 (5) of the Constitution.
Refusal to take an oath after legal consultation
After some legal consultations, Deuba sent a message to President Bhandari that he would not take an oath until this mistake was rectified. The swearing-in ceremony was originally scheduled to take place at 6:00 p.m. local time (6:45 p.m. Indian time). Deuba will have to seek a confidence vote in the House within 30 days of being appointed prime minister under a constitutional provision.
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Deuba has been Prime Minister four times
Sher Bahadur Deuba is a senior Nepalese politician. He was until now the chairman of the Nepalese Congress of the main opposition of Nepal. Deuba previously became Prime Minister of Nepal four times. In such a situation, he has a lot of experience in government management. Deuba also has no answer to keep the Nepalese Congress united. Deuba, who studied at the London School of Economics, is also a close ruler of India. Deuba’s political weight during his reign as a monarchy in Nepal can be measured by the fact that the party appointed him prime minister three times.
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Oli attacked the Supreme Court
KP Sharma Oli, who was forced to resign as prime minister after the Supreme Court ruling, accused the court of deliberately ruling in favor of the opposition parties and said it would have a long-lasting impact term on the parliamentary multiparty system. system in the country. Addressing the nation, Oli also said that despite the people’s choice, he is stepping down as the Supreme Court ordered the appointment of Nepalese Congress leader and opposition leader Sher Bahadur Deuba as Prime Minister in his place.