KP Sharma Oli was re-elected Prime Minister of Nepal three days after losing the trust vote. Oli has been elected Prime Minister under Article 76 (3) of the Nepali Constitution. Earlier Monday, the President had given the Opposition a chance to stake claim to form the government.
According to the constitution, two or more parties together could muster 136 seats in the 271-member house. However, till the deadline was over, the opposition parties could not collect this figure despite all efforts and the caretaker Prime Minister Oli was re-elected. This is possible only when the other opposition party or coalition is unable to muster a majority to form a government.
Oli will have to prove his majority in Parliament in a month . If this does not happen that means Oli cannot prove his majority, then the Parliament will be dissolved and new elections will be held in the country.
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