Source: Online Desk
Kathmandu: Sher Bahadur Diuba, who took office as Nepal’s new prime minister on June 13, won a vote of confidence in parliament on June 18 to secure the government.
The Himalayan Times reported that the Duba-led government received 165 votes in favor of the leader of the Nepali Congress out of 275 members.
249 legislators participated in the voting. Of the 83 members who voted against the DUBA government, only one member remained neutral. Dubois needed 136 votes to win a confidence vote in parliament.
Oli continued to lead the minority government even after suffering defeat during a no-confidence vote in the 275-member House. Now following an order from the Supreme Court, Duba was appointed prime minister.