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Nepal: Intra Party Feud in NCP Intensifies

Paper No. 6672                      Dated 28-Aug-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasdekharan
 
“He never listens to anyone, never sticks to his words, never follows Party Procedure, never remains under anyone and never controls his speech.”  
 
One would think that this describes President Trump.  But No.  It refers to certain inborn characteristics of Prime Minister Oli as described by one Analyst in Nepalese Media- Shyam Shrestha.
 
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Nepal Drama: Oli Gets a walkover in the Duel with Dahal.

Paper No. 6652                           Dated 23-July-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
 
In the last three weeks, high drama was being played out between  between Prime Minister Oli on one hand and the other senior leaders of the Nepal Communist Party that almost resulted  in the imminent exit of PM Oli. The issue was of Oli’s incompetence and failure to address the more immediate problems that Nepal was facing. 
 
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Nepal: PM Oli Makes Last Ditch Efforts to Stay on

Paper No. 6617                     Dated 9-July-2020
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
As one Analyst said, the current politcal turmoil in Nepal can be described as a fight between Oli with his naked arrogance and Dahal with his unfettered ambition.  
 
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Nepal: Constitution Amendment Bill on New Map Passed- An Unwise Move:

Paper No. 6597                                  Dated 14-June-2020
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
On Saturday, 13th of June, Nepal’s Parliament passed the Constitution Amendment Bill in  approving the New map that included the disputed areas of Lipulekh, Limpiyadhura and Kalapani by 258 votes in a house of 275.  It is said that one lone member from former RJP, Sarita Giri tried to oppose the bill but was forced to withdraw by her party leaders.
 

Nepal: High Political Drama Continues amidst Wuhan Pandemic:

Paper No.  6571                       Dated   3-May-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
In our last paper we had mentioned about the political drama being played out by PM Oli and his colleagues in his party, when two undemocratic Ordinances were introduced by Oli and hurriedly withdrawn within five days by 20th April when he found that he had no majority in the Party Secretariat and his ouster was therefore imminent.
 

Nepal: Almost One Year On: Oli has Nothing to Show:

Paper No. 6478 .   Dated 10-Jan-2019

By S.Chandrasekharan

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