Koirala says election will bolster ‘regression’
So let's see. Koirala begs king to oust prime minister in October of 2002, invoking article 127 of the Nepali constitution. King does this.
Koirala then goes on a tirade about the king ousting the prime minister and invoking article 127 of the Nepali constitution, saying King is being "unconstitutional".
King re-instates prime minister. Koirala protests against King revoking the invoking of article 127 of the Nepali constitution. Koirala and the Nepali Congress Party pay for big demonstrations against this "regression" by the king, saying that revoking his unconstitutional invoking of article 127 of the Nepali Constitution is now unconstitutional and against the "people's rights". More protests against the now revoked and moot "regression".
King and prime minister agree to hold government elections, thereby insuring "the people's" rights". Koirala publicly states that elections will bolster "regression" by giving people back their constitutional rights.