The Nepalese Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli faced a new political challenge on Friday as hundreds of opponents protested his sudden decision to dissolve parliament and hold elections more than a year ahead of schedule. Three former prime ministers joined hundreds of activists sitting on a street near Oli’s office to demand that he overturn the decisions announced on Sunday, causing deep political turmoil in the then Himalayan nation. where she deals with the COVID-19 pandemic. Former prime ministers said Oli has no power to dissolve parliament and is in violation of the constitution. “We will organize stronger protests against this dissolution by a prime minister without hesitation,” said Prachanda, a former prime minister.
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