Why two thirds ma­jor­ity?

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It is clear, Prime Min­is­ter KP Sharma Oli led gov­ern­ment is try­ing to se­cure twothirds ma­jor­ity to amend the con­sti­tu­tion. Whether the gov­ern­ment is in­tended to please the In­di­ans by amend­ing the con­sti­tu­tion or there are other agen­das to ful­fill while se­cur­ing two-thirds ma­jor­ity, the gov­ern­ment has not made clear. PM Oli and Maoist Cen­ter chair­man Push­paka­mal Da­hal are of the view of di­rectly elected ex­ec­u­tive chief – ei­ther Pres­i­dent or prime min­is­ter – to give sta­ble gov­ern­ment. When they will be able to se­cure two-thirds ma­jor­ity in the par­lia­ment, they will move for adopt­ing their agenda of di­rectly elected Pres­i­dent, many ob­servers spec­u­late. Ob­servers pre­dict that in Nepal like coun­try, where lit­er­acy rate is very low and peo­ple are not enough con­scious about pol­i­tics, di­rectly elected ex­ec­u­tive chief is very harm­ful.

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