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EFSAS comments on the political situation in Nepal and its self-centered leadership

 

K.P. Oli represents a fine example of why Nepal’s Prime Ministers rarely come close to completing a full term in office, and how serving the people who elected them does not really figure in their equations. Despite having realized that he had been reduced to a minority within his own party, with the numbers in the parliament, the Central Secretariat, the Standing Committee and the Central Committee of the party stacked against him, Oli decided to dissolve parliament in a desperate endeavor to cling on to power for some more time.

 

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