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‘UML still continuing with regressive steps’


KATHMANDU:- CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has commented that the House disruption by the CPN (UML) lawmakers as the continuity of regressive moves.
At a programme organised here today by Socialist Press Organisation, the Maoist Centre Chair said that UML is still on the path of regression. This continuity of regression from their side what we have been seeing in the Parliament, the former prime minister said.
“KP Sharma Oli is still encroaching upon the constitution, democratic norms and is conspiring to create environment conducive to the regression,” according to Prachanda.
The then Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli had announced the date for fresh election by dissolving the House of Representative on this very day last year.
But, the Supreme Court (SC) reinstated the House terming Oli’s move unconstitutional.
PM Oli dissolved the House again on May 21 and the SC issued a mandamus order for the appointment of PM to NC leader Sher Bahadur Deuba while reinstating the House.
Currently, the UML is frequently disrupting the House proceeding, which has affected the regular business of the parliament as well.
Similarly, Prachanda said that efforts were on to break the five-party alliance and pledged to further strengthen the alliance to safeguard republicanism, democracy and constitution.
The Maoist Centre Chair also expressed his rue towards Oli’s proposal to back the MCC ratification and let the NC run the government alone if the NC agrees to break the current coalition.

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