A meeting of the Standing Committee of the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) Oli Group has been concluded. The Oli group held its first standing committee meeting after the Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday to reinstate the House of Representatives.
A meeting held at the Prime Minister's official residence in Baluwatar decided to implement the decision of the Supreme Court, said CPN-Oli group spokesperson Pradip Kumar Gyawali.
We have discussed the decision made by the Constitutional Court of the Supreme Court and its impact. The CPN (Maoist) is a party that believes in separation of powers, values of democracy and rule of law, 'said Gyawali.' The Supreme Court has established its role as the ultimate interpreter of the constitution. We have decided to implement the decision of the Supreme Court. '
He noted that the court had decided to convene a session of parliament on time. Similarly, the Oli group has also decided to convene a meeting of the Central Committee and the parliamentary parties soon to discuss the overall situation. Replying to a question on the resignation of Prime Minister Oli, Gyawali said that he would resign after necessary consultations. However, he clarified that he would not resign immediately saying that the parliamentary game would lead to a stalemate in the country.