If he dissolved parliament once, he’s capable of doing it again. It’s better if he’s not in power at all. After all, he only did this after 18 days of protests – protests in which his troops shot protestors – and on the eve of a massive demonstration.
From The Hindu
But as with all offers made by the Nepalese King so far, the revival of Parliament is unlikely to offer anything other than a very temporary respite for an increasingly beleaguered monarchy.
It’s interesting that most reports say the seven-party coalition consults frequently with the Maoists, who, I think, hold the real power in the country, as well as controlling 80% of the countryside.[tags]Nepal[/tags]