Nepal protesters burn Prime Minister's effigy

The protests began in May after Oli dissolved the country's parliament for the second time in less than a year.

On Friday, the protesters set Oli's effigy on fire while sloganeering against the government.

Earlier this year, the country's apex court asked Oli to reinstate the parliament he suspended in 2020. The parliament was again dissolved in May after a huge political drama over the nomination of a new prime minister.

The next elections in the country are expected to be held in mid-November.

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