Nepal's new PM Sher Bahadur Deuba wins vote of confidence in Parliament-
Nepal's new Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba unveiled an amazement to Sunday by looking for a demonstration of positive support in the reestablished lower House of Representatives and serenely won it, deflecting an overall political decision in the Himalayan country in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mr. Deuba, the 75-year-old President of the Nepali Congress who was delegated as the PM according to the Article 76(5) of the Constitution on July 12 after Supreme Court's intercession, gotten 165 votes in the 275-part House on Sunday. A all out of 136 votes were needed for Deuba to win Parliament's certainty. He needed to look for a trust vote inside one month in the wake of being designated as leader. Be that as it may, in an unexpected move, he looked for a demonstration of approval on the primary day of reestablished House.
Mr. Deuba's inability to win the trust vote in the House would have lead to disintegration of the House and snap surveys inside a half year in Nepal, which is confronting a remarkable wellbeing emergency because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sunday's result of the trust vote prepares for Prime Minister Deuba to stay in office for next one and half year, until new parliamentary political decision is held, the Nepalese media detailed. Upwards of 249 administrators took part in the democratic cycle and 83 of them casted a ballot against Deuba while one official stayed unbiased. "I therefore pronounce that the movement of the demonstration of positive support postponed by Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has been embraced with a greater part," House Speaker Agni Sapkota declared.