U.S. and European Union election – Bangladesh has sent observers to monitor the process. Caretaker government screw, Often occur in the general election in Bangladesh caretaker government has been monitoring. Although this issue has always been surrounded in controversy.
In 1996, the current ruling party, the Awami League boycotted the elections, while the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party leader Khaleda Zia existing in 2007 also tried to change the system. This issue got hot again. BNP chief Khaleda Zia, former prime minister and the government under such election will not be fair.
Sheikh Hasina, Khaleda Zia vs. In recent years, politics in Bangladesh are two single pole – Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Khaleda Zia, the BNP leader. Click the political enmity between the two is.
The emergence of a third political party in the country in years whose name is the Jatiya Party, headed by former President Hussain Muhammad Ershad has. Ethnic party is boycotting the elections.
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Political stability is a major issue in Bangladesh strike and violence is common in the electoral landscape. Unemployment, poverty, corruption, food – things soaring price of drinking, industrial accidents and other major issues of human rights abuses.
Last year, the eight-storey garment factory near Dhaka on April 24 due to fire more than one thousand people were killed. Bangladesh garment has been one of the world’s largest countries, but is Nakham in industrial safety standards.
Security and garment factory workers who work in the remuneration of the key issues involved in this election.
The country’s main Islamic party Jamaat – e – Islami was banned. Selection may also have the effect of this restriction.
Click to senior leader Mullah Abdul Qadir was hanged on December 13 last year. In 1971 the war – had been convicted of crimes.
The execution of Abdul Qadir public opinion of the country individually, click on the country in which the results were violent clashes.
In the parliamentary elections in Bangladesh in 2008 was over 8.1 million registered voters and turnout was over 70 percent.
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