Deuba, who upon arrest said he was framed and refused to testify, called his release "a democratic step" and hailed the court ruling as a "victory for democracy and a humiliating defeat for the royal regime." The King's government said it would not contest Monday's ruling, but has not issued an official statement regarding Deuba's release. BBC News has more.
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