Economist.com about Bangladesh and real fact .
SIR- I'm reading this
very carefully and thank you for trying to write genuine matter of Bangladesh. It’s clear that army backed government lost their popularity and they are looking for an exit and recently they should do some positive work. Now they need to establish a level playing field, probably two main parties, Awami league and BNP. Someone suspected government should give some more privileges to the Awami league. If another party does not join the election maybe this election will not be credible. In local elections the Awami league result is fine but if you analyse in deep sense I think it’s not their victory. The majority of their rival party does not join the election and if you calculate councilors of the local election, the BNP will have more than the Awami league. In our country lots of intellectual people said if the BNP joins local elections they will do better than the Awami league. So the Awami league should not celebrate, rather they need to rethink their position and also the BNP need to think if they made the correct or wrong decision boycotting local elections.
My personal prediction is the general election will not be held this year, rather some things unexpected will happen in Bangladesh. I’m not explaining now, when the time is coming every thing is clear and I believe Bangladesh will not back the same position again.
Muhammad Azizur Rahman
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