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Major political parties of Bangladesh are not yet ready for any change in democratic practice May 25, 2008

Posted by bdoza in BANGLADESH, ELECTION, GOVERNANCE, POLITICS.
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Our major political parties of Bangladesh AL and BNP are not yet ready for big changes in democracy.

AL is not yet decided to go to political dialogue , the government initiated to develop rapport with the political parties and to develop consensus on different issues in relation to election and beyond election. BNP is also also in dilemma to join the dialogue as neither of the factions is officially endorsed by the government in the invitation letter as the mainstream BNP.

Both the parties are demanding the release of their top party leaders to join the dialogue and in the election.

In the meantime , smaller parties started dialogue with the government and one of them proposed for formation of national government.

If the major political parties remain hesitant, the government will take the advantage to form a national government with the smaller parties. Many political analyst also predict such a possibility.

The major parties are more concerned about their leaders and to maintain the old heritage. But they are not ready to accept the change situation after 1/11. To them, the days before the 1/11 were brighter. They are thinking that the people are with them. They are not to be blamed for any irregularities or corruption.

They are not ready to come to a consensus with the government and draw a national charter for the future of democracy in Bangladesh.

An ordinary citizen

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