Nepal’s Supreme Court on July 12 stripped the Prime Minister, K P Sharma Oli of his duties. Court reinstated the Parliament that he had dissolved twice in recent months. Opposition leaders welcomed the ruling, calling it a victory for Nepal’s Constitution. However, supporters of the recent Prime Minister, K P Sharma Oli, immediately poured onto the streets with black banners in protest, indicating that they would not accept the decision. The Supreme Court ruled as unconstitutional Oli’s move in May to dissolve the Parliament for a second time and call for early elections when his leadership was in question. In an indication that Oli had deprived the opposition of a chance to form a government when they had enough support, the court ordered Oli replaced as prime minister. Sher Bahadur Deuba, the leader of the opposition replaces Oli as the PM. Watch the video to know more.