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‘Anti-Corruption Commission is in image crisis’ September 2, 2008

Posted by bdoza in BANGLADESH, GOVERNANCE, JUDICIARY, POLITICS.
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Lt General(Rt) Hasan Masud,Chairman of the Anti-corruption Commission, Bangladesh said in a discussion meeting yesterday that with the release of the high profile accused on bail from High Court created an image crisis for the Anti-corruption Commission (ACC) that is fighting for a corruption free state in Bangladesh since 1/11.

But he said that the accused are gaining bail not due to weakness of the case itself rather they are getting bail through the legal process. He said by the same process they won 70-80 cases before from the Supreme Court.

He is not feeling discouaged with the fall back and ready to fight the cases in the higher court. Bail was never important to them , he added.

He hopes that they will able to establish the cases in their favour in the final judgement.

But from the political scenario, it seems that a political compromise is undergoing in Bangaldesh between the Government and the political parties. This compromise is advancing to such an stage that it seems to affect the judicial procedure.

Common people are ignorant of the developments behind the screen and an uncertainity about the judcial proceedings grip their mind.

An ordinary citizen

Post Script:

Mizanur Rahman Khan, a veteran journalist made a discourse on a case in Prothom Alo [PA]

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