Oli is unlikely to obtain a vote of confidence in the near future

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, the Prime Minister, is unlikely to obtain a in the House of Representatives.

Foreign Affairs Minister Pradeep Gyawali, an ally of Oli’s, spoke at a House meeting on Monday, saying the does not need to request a vote of confidence because no party has withdrawn its support.

The assertion comes as some politicians and analysts argue that Oli must show that he has a in the House since the was split in two by a Supreme Court order on March 7, and one of the two parties, the CPN-Maoist Centre, is protesting the government. However, the Maoist party has yet to withdraw its support.

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But, according to Gyawali, the court order simply resurrected the old parties that existed when Oli was elected PM in 2018, and therefore it should not be considered a split.

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