Supreme Court verdict on contrary to parliamentary system: Rastriya Prajatantra Party

KATHMANDU: JULY 13 – The Rastriya Prajatantra Party has said the Supreme Court’s verdict in regard to the petitions about the May 22 dissolution of the House of Representatives was against the parliamentary system, multi-party system and the principle of separation of power.

The party led by Kamal Thapa said though the apex court’s Monday verdict was likely to some relief to those excluded from the government and give some comfort to those getting a way to form the (new) government for the time being, it was capable of having a far-reaching negative impact on the Nepali politics.

“Though the people in the existing leadership in the government are suffered by the court’s decision, many more are sure to suffer the same fate in the days to come,” the party said in the statement. As the party said, the verdict overthrowing the control of political parties the parliament is fatal and it will threaten the existence of political parties in the future.

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Supreme Court verdict on contrary to parliamentary system: Rastriya Prajatantra Party

KATHMANDU: JULY 13 – The Rastriya Prajatantra Party has said the Supreme Court’s verdict in regard to the petitions about the May 22 dissolution of the House of Representatives was against the parliamentary system, multi-party system and the principle of separation of power.

The party led by Kamal Thapa said though the apex court’s Monday verdict was likely to give some relief to those excluded from the government and give some comfort to those getting a way to form the (new) government for the time being, it was capable of having a far-reaching negative impact on the Nepali .

“Though the people in the existing leadership in the government are suffered by the court’s decision, many more are sure to suffer the same fate in the days to come,” the party said in the statement. As the party said, the verdict overthrowing the control of political parties the parliament is fatal and it will threaten the existence of political parties in the .

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The mixed electoral system that we have adopted had made any political party to secure a clear majority in the general election is very unlikely and it will be hard to maintain party unity and discipline when a lawmaker is not legally bound to the political party, ac


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Supreme Court verdict on contrary to parliamentary system: Rastriya Prajatantra Party

KATHMANDU: JULY 13 – The Rastriya Prajatantra has said the Supreme Court’s verdict in regard to the writ petitions about the May 22 dissolution of the House of Representatives against the , multi-party system and the principle of separation of power.

The party led by said though the ’s Monday verdict was likely to give some relief to those excluded from the government and give some comfort to those getting a way to form the (new) government for the time being, it was capable of having a far-reaching negative impact on the Nepali politics.

“Though the in the existing leadership in the government are suffered by the court’s decision, many more are sure to suffer the same fate in the days to come,” the party said in the statement. As the party said, the verdict overthrowing the control of political parties over the parliament is fatal and it will threaten the existence of political parties in the future.

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The mixed electoral system that we have adopted had made any political party to secure a clear majority in the general election is very unlikely and it will be hard to maintain party unity and when a lawmaker is not legally bound to the political party, ac


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Supreme Court verdict on contrary to parliamentary system: Rastriya Prajatantra Party

KATHMANDU: JULY 13 – The Rastriya Prajatantra Party has said the Supreme Court’s verdict in regard to the writ petitions about the May 2 dissolution of the of Representatives against the parliamentary system, multi-party system and the principle of separation of power.

The party by Kamal Thapa said though the apex court’s Monday verdict was likely to give some relief to those excluded from the government and give some comfort to those getting a way to form the (new) government for the time being, it was capable of having a far-reaching negative impact on the Nepali politics.

“Though the people in the existing leadership in the government are suffered by the court’s decision, many more are sure to suffer the same fate in the days to come,” the party said in the statement. As the party said, the verdict overthrowing the control of political parties over the parliament is fatal and it will threaten the existence of political parties in the future.

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The mixed electoral system that we have adopted had made any political party to secure a clear majority in the general election is very unlikely and it will be hard to maintain party unity and discipline a lawmaker is not legally bound to the political party, ac


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