KATHMANDU, July 24: Despite being elected by the Parliament as the Prime Minister of Nepal by a huge majority, KP Sharma Oli, now also sees a huge majority filing a no confidence motion against him. The two parties Nepali Congress and CPN (Maoist Centre) registered the no-trust motion against the Prime Minister on July 13.

KATHMANDU, July 24: The second meeting of the Legislature-Parliament is to decide on the no-confidence proposal against Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Sunday.

BANEPA, July 23: Chairman of the Nepal Workers and Peasants Party Narayan Man Bijukchhe has ruled out the possibility of forming a national consensus government.

KATHMANDU, July 23: MPs were clearly divided in their views over the issue of no-confidence proposal against the Prime Minister in course of the discussions on it in the Legislature-Parliament session today.

KATHMANDU, July 23: Following the suit of other parties, Madhesi People's Right Forum-Democratic (MPRF- D) has withdrawn its support to the current government.

KATHMANDU, July 23: Deputy Prime Minister C P Mainali has said that different internal and external forces were hatching conspiracy to topple the incumbent government; however, it was working out to strengthen the national sovereignty.

RPP pulls out of incumbent govt

July 23, 2016 18:07 pm

KATHMANDU, July 23: The coalition partner in the incumbent government the Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) on Saturday withdrew its support to the government.

KATHMANDU, July 23: The lawmakers resorted to acquisitions at the parliament on Saturday during the discussions over the no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister.

KATHMANDU, July 23: Sarbendra Nath Shukla of Tarai Madhes Loktantrik Party has said they have not rejected the constitution entirely, but have concerns over some discriminatory articles.

KATHMANDU, July 23: Nepali Congress leader, Dr Ram Sharan Mahat, today said the country's progress would be possible only by encouraging the private sector.