| Updated at 03:09am on October 30, 2018
The severe lack of mutual confidence, faith and respect for each other, between political parties, is the principal crisis of democracy in Bangladesh....
by M Serajul Islam | Updated at 02:32am on October 30, 2018
THE ruling party is determined to hold the elections to the 11th parliament under the 15th amendment and also without dissolving the 10th parliament notwithstanding the consensus outside its circles that with both intact, there cannot be free, fair, participatory and inclusive national elections....
| Updated at 02:24am on October 30, 2018
According to the electoral laws, all registered political parties are entitled to participate in the elections....
| Updated at 02:16am on October 30, 2018
The principal crisis of democracy in Bangladesh is the lack of confidence among the political parties and mistrust between parties....
| Updated at 02:07am on October 30, 2018
The Bangladesh Nationalist Party and Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami are the principal crisis of democracy in Bangladesh, the Awami League’s presidium member and member of parliament Muhammad...
by Anis Chowdhury | Updated at 02:00am on October 30, 2018
ECONOMIC inequality — income disparity and wealth concentration — has been on the rise since the early 1980s in nearly all world regions and has reached a level never seen in human history....
| Updated at 01:56am on October 30, 2018
Now there is no democracy in Bangladesh. There is no democratic atmosphere. The administration, legislative and judiciary are not functioning following the democratic ethos. Now everything is centered on a person.
| Updated at 01:46am on October 30, 2018
The principal crisis of democracy here is the difficulties caused by weak law enforcement, breaches of the electoral laws with impunity and the induction of a large amount of mostly undisclosed money to influence different aspects of elections, especially the nomination. As for nomination, money has become part of the process....