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Prime Minister Oli to face vote of confidence in parliament today, likely to get two third majority supports
  Kathmandu, Nepal      March 11 2018


Kathmandu, Nepal: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is going to face the vote of confidence in parliament today. 

Constitutionally, newly appointed Prime Minister has to face vote of confidence in the parliament with at least simple majority of the members of the parliament. 

It is likely that Prime Minister Oli would secure about two third majorities as the Rastriya Janata Party Nepal (RJPN) and Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN), two Madhes-based parties in parliament, have also hinted at supporting him as Prime Minister.

Even though the RJPN has not agreed to participate in the government, it has already hinted that it would stand in favor of Oli as Prime Minister. 

It is said that the government allies, particularly the CPN UML has been urging the RJPN to participate in the government. But it has not made decision regarding its participation in the government.