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Shadow government

The main opposition party can show a leadership role in pushing new amendments that address the grievances of the marginalised while at the same time safeguarding national unity.


Getting to the other side

Despite lack of conviction that local elections will improve lives, people cross swollen rivers to vote.


Shadow over elections

Sunday’s political drama unfolded at a time when the ruling coalition struggled to secure a two-thirds majority to pass the constitution amendment bill.


With or without

The common people in Birganj are not that concerned about the amendment. But they will not vote if there is fear of violence.


Election dates, not elections

PM Dahal needs to show he wants elections, otherwise the NC and UML could gang up against him.


Not playing ball

On the first anniversary of the seventh constitution in seven decades, Nepal is stuck again.


Oli’s staying power?

The more Oli reassures the public and party cadre, the more they believe that the countdown for his ouster has begun



 

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