When Parliament Failed To Declare Itself Supreme

An example of what can happen if anyone goes against the wishes of Nepali people. The same might happen if royalists try to raise their heads against today’s historic parliament declaration: A photo blog of destruction on Monday in Kathmandu.

By Bikash Karki

Before the parliamentary declaration

In fact, today’s historic Parliamentary declaration was originally scheduled for Monday. But due to internal conflict between the Seven Party Alliance (which runs the government formed after the last months People’s Movement), it was delayed until today. People were angry. Some of them, now suspected to be associated with royalist elements, went to the street and burnt vehicles. But that created pressure and the parliament finally declared supremacy.

Before the parliamentary declaration

Before the parliamentary declaration

Before the parliamentary declaration

Before the parliamentary declaration

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3 thoughts on “When Parliament Failed To Declare Itself Supreme”

  1. I do not approve demonstrations in this way. Take out a rally, shout slogans, burn effigies but damn … don’t burn govt vehicles. Its the taxpayers money. Its ours!!

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