Pushpa Kamal Dahal Floor Test: It has been only three months since the coalition government was formed in Nepal. During this, many parties associated with the alliance pulled their hands. Now Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal is ready to take the second round of trust vote on Monday (March 20). He is expecting to pass the floor test.
Nepal Communist Party of the country It is the third largest political party. The president of the party is Pushpa Kamal Dahal. He came to power with the support of KP Sharma Oli-led party CPN-UML (Communist Party of Nepal- Unified Marxist Leninist) besides other small parties.
Dahal turned to other parties
Two months after the formation of the government in Nepal, presidential elections started in the country. Because of this, there was panic in the country. The result was that Dahal left the CPN-UML and turned to other parties. Pushpa Kamal Dahal Nom de Guerre Prachanda joined Nepal’s largest party – Nepali Congress before the presidential election and today is preparing to give floor test by forming another alliance of 10 parties.
Dahal has agreed to share the five-year term this time with the CPN-UNIFIED Socialist (US) and the Nepali Congress on a 2-1-2 basis. According to the leaders of the parties, after holding the post of Prime Minister for two years, Dahal will give a chance to CPN-US for the next one year and then the Nepali Congress will lead the government for the next two years till the elections in the country in 2027.
This time the target of 100 percent
Nepali Congress, Rashtriya Swatantra Party, CPN-US and Loktantrik Samajwadi Party (LSP) have announced to vote for Dahal ahead of voting for the presidential election. The Nepali Congress has called a party committee meeting on Sunday itself and issued a whip to its MPs to vote in favor of Prachanda.
In the first round of the trust vote after the general election began last November, Dahal won over 99 per cent of the vote. At that time, Dahal created a record by getting 268 votes out of 270 sitting MPs present in the meeting that day. While leaving the Parliament complex on Sunday (March 19), he said that we had secured 99 per cent votes last time, this time the target is 100 per cent.
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