Sher Bahadur Deuba
Sher Bahadur Deuba, on July 13, after Nepal’s Supreme Court ordered President Bidya Devi Bhandari to appoint Deuba as the new prime minister on July 12, elected as the next prime minister of Nepal.
The Supreme Court also revived Nepal’s dissolved house of representatives for the second time in five months. Nepal’s opposition coalition has decided to form a coalition government led by Nepal President Sher Bahadur Deuba following a historic Supreme Court ruling on Monday.
On Monday, the alliance meeting decided to discuss the formation of a small cabinet on Tuesday after the Supreme Court ordered President Bidya Devi Bhandari to appoint opposition leader Deub as prime minister in a decision in favour of rebuilding the House of representatives.
The five-member constitutional body, chaired by Cheif justice Holendra Schumsher Rahn, ruled that Ollie’s claim to the post of prime minister under section 76(5) was unconstitutional. New Chamber Restoration- The Court rebuilt the house early on February 23rd after Ollie opened its doors on December 20th. The bank ordered the chamber to open at 5:00 pm on 18 July.
The Supreme court ruling paved the way for Deuba to become the new prime minister, but Deuba must first win a majority in Congress for the remainder of his 275 parliamentary term.
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