When will the debate on the writ against the dissolution of the House of Representatives end for 13 consecutive days?
The 13 writ petitions filed against the dissolution of the House of Representatives are still being debated in the Constitutional Court of the Supreme Court.
The question was raised during the hearing of the Constitutional Court which started on January 25. On behalf of the writ petitioner, the advocates demanded that the debate be held in a plenary session. Advocates including the CPN-Prachanda-Nepal group have filed a writ petition in the Supreme Court against the dissolution of the House of Representatives.
The 13-writ petition is being debated in the Constitutional Court of the Supreme Court for 13 consecutive days. This is not an immediate situation. On behalf of the petitioner, 310 people have filed their writ petitions.
Ordered to send all the writ petitions filed in the Supreme Court to the Constitutional Court. After that, the advocates on behalf of the writ petitioner had demanded that it be sent to the plenary session. However, the Constitutional Court ordered the decision to be taken by the bench itself.
A constitutional bench comprising Chief Justice Chalendra Shamsher Jabra and Justices Vishwambhar Prasad Shrestha, Anil Kumar Sinha, Harikrishna Karki and Tej Bahadur KC was formed.
As Harikrishna Karki was also the then Attorney General of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, he protested against the writ petition against the government and the Prime Minister.
After the protest, Karki announced that he would not sit down. After that, a constitutional session was formed by including Sapna Pradhan Malla.