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What led to the Move
In Nepal the real power was exercised by the popularly elected representatives and the King was only the head of the state. King Birendra, accepted this transition from absolute monarchy to constitutional monarchy, but in 2001, he was killed in a mysterious massacre of the royal family. The new king of Nepal, King Gyanendra, who was not prepared to accept democratic rule, took advantage of the weakness and unpopularity of the democratically elected government and in February 2005, he dismissed the then Prime Minister and dissolved the popularly elected Parliament. Nepal, witnessed a popular movement in April 2006. The aim of the movement of April 2006 was the regaining of popular control over the government from the King.
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