Yubaraj Ghimire, KATHMANDU: In a move that may trigger political and constitutional debate, President Ram Baran Yadav Monday asked four major political parties, including the ruling Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoists (UCPN-M) to find a successor to caretaker Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai at the earliest.
Bhattarai’s failure to hold an election has resulted in a larger political debate over his legitimacy to continue in the post. An aide of President Yadav told ENS that though he had set no deadline for Bhattarai to vacate office, “there was an explicit message that he has lost all moral and legitimate right to continue in power beyond November 21”. Bhattarai later told an association of Pro-Maoist Journalists there was no deadline issued.
As political uncertainty continues and Bhattarai is showing no signs of quitting even nearly six months after the president designated him as a “caretaker”, President Yadav has literally left him with a clear message to quit.
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