Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Hearing on parliament dissolution case in Nepal SC postponed till Friday

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Kathmandu [Nepal], January 13: The meeting working on this issue of disintegration of the House of Representatives in the Nepal Supreme Court has been deferred till Friday. 

As indicated by the Himalayan Times, the meeting was finished up without a choice on Wednesday concerning whether to take the case to a great full seat, as requested by candidates. 

The case is being heard by a five-part Constitutional Bench of the SC drove by Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Rana. 

The Bench hearing the appeal will give a last decision on the issue of whether the HoR disintegration was in accordance with the constitution or not. 

Thirteen applicants had recorded a writ against the destroying of the Lower House. They requested the development of a great full seat for which an appeal was submitted. Their attorneys are arguing before the sacred seat for the arrangement of the full seat, Himalayan Times detailed. 

This comes after Nepal President Bidya Devi Bhandari broke up the Lower House on Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli's suggestion on December 20. 

Subsequent to dissolving the Parliament, Oli additionally proposed decisions on April 30 and May 10, 2021, almost two years in front of the timetable. (ANI)

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