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Oli sworn in

Monday, October 12th, 2015
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KP Sharma Oli has been sworn in as Nepal’s 38th Prime Minister at a ceremony in Shital Niwas, Kathmandu on Monday.

President Ram Baran Yadav administered oath of office and secrecy to Oli, who was elected by Parliament as Nepal’s new Prime Minister on Sunday.

KP Sharma Oli sworn in as new Prime Minister

KP Sharma Oli is sworn in as Nepal’s 38th Prime Minister at a ceremony in Shital Niwas. Photo: Gopen Rai

UML Chair Oli had secured the country’s top executive post with the backing of UCPN (M), RPP-N, MJF-D and other fringe parties. He had secured 338 votes as against NC president Sushil Koirala’s 249 votes.

Two Deputy Prime Ministers and five ministers also took oath of office and secrecy on Sunday alongside PM Oli.

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RPP-N Chair Kamal Thapa and MJF (D) Chair Bijaya Gachhadar have become Deputy Prime Ministers. UCPN (M), the UML’s most important coalition partner, is also expected to choose one more Deputy Prime Minister. UCPN (M) leader Krishna Bahadur Mahara is believed to be another Deputy Prime Minister.

The UCPN (M), however, has revealed only Hari Bol Gajurel’s name as a minister. Apart from Gajurel, UML’s Agni Kharel, Som Prakash Pandey and Satya Narayan Mandal and RPP-N’s Ram Kumar Subba also took oath of office and secrecy as ministers.

The cabinet will be expanded when UCPN (M) finalises more names for ministers.

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3 Responses to “Oli sworn in”

  1. Politique taïwanaise, nouveau gouvernement népalais et rébellion thaïlandaise - Asialyst on Says:

    […] Nepali Times – Elu dimanche par les deux tiers de l’Assemblée, Khadga Prashad Sharma Oli a officiellement pris ses fonctions de Premier ministre ce lundi lors d’une cérémonie à Katmandou. Le journal rappelle dans un autre papier le parcours du chef de file du parti communiste. KP Sharma Oli arrive au pouvoir alors que le Népal est en pleine crise. Le Quotidien du Peuple, en Chine, rappelle que de nombreux groupes s’opposent à la nouvelle Constitution et que le pays souffre d’une « grave pénurie de carburant, du fait d’un blocus non officiel de l’Inde et du blocage d’un poste de contrôle frontière clé par les Madhesis ». Le Nepali Times publie d’ailleurs encore aujourd’hui des photos des longues files d’attente devant les stations services. Selon The Himalayan Times, la Compagnie népalaise du Pétrole (NOC) prévoit de distribuer à partir de demain des rations de 5 litres d’essence pour les deux-roues et 15 litres pour les voitures. […]

  2. kg on Says:

    Looks like Oli is set to bring Oil by begging. Beggars remain beggars.

  3. Yam Gurung on Says:

    If Oli thinks he is a son of a gun.1.He must abolish the inadequate and obsolete 1950 treaty with India ?2 He must open trade links with China asap.3 Introduce ID system and protect open border with India 4.And move the capital in Chitawan and stop,Katmandu being more polluted Open more factories in Nepal 5 Open more new international airports not just depend only on TIA airport and more roads.6 Use English calendar and Monday the first day of work not Sunday to compete with the other developed countries like China/India and others.
    At least Rana regime,built Singha Durbar,Shital Niwas,the present Maobadi & Khaobadis regimes’ are enjoying the facilities.

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