The people 's movement in Bolivia was led by an organisation called FEDECOR. This organisation comprised of local professionals, including engineers and environmentalists. They were supported by a federation of farmers who relied on irrigation, the confederation of factory workers’ unions, middle class students from the the University of Cochabamba and the city’s growing population of homeless street children. The movement was supported by the Socialist Party.
In 2006 a new movement in Nepal began to restore democracy. This was because of the weak powers of the government, king Gyanendra dismissed the then Prime minister and dissolved the parliament. Thus, the movement shaped in order to overthrow king and attain democracy in Nepal. Further, all the major parties formed a seven party alliance and called for a four day strike in Kathmandu and put the following three demands:
1. To restore parliament
2. To give power to an all party government
3. To establish a new constituent assembly
Finally on 24th April 2004, Girija Prasad Koirala became the new Prime Minister of Nepal , the constituent assembly was formed and most of the powers was taken away from the king.
This movement is also known as Nepal’s second movement for democracy.
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