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Nepal's Supreme Court ruled Sunday that the powerful head of the anti-corruption commission was not fit to hold the position and should be replaced, in an unprecedented move for the country's graft mired politics.Lokman Singh Karki -- a perennial figure in Nepal's politics -- has headed the Commission for the Investigation of the Abuse of Authority (CIAA) since 2013, despite myriad graft allegations against him. A lawyer filed a case with the Supreme Court arguing that Karki lacked the appropriate moral character for the role and was not qualified to hold the position as head of the anti-graft body.
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