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TIB and Bangladesh Parliament November 20, 2015

Posted by bdoza in BANGLADESH.
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Transparency International Bangladesh published its report on parliamentary sessions 2-6  of 10th Parliament in Bangladesh.[1] In the report TIB shows that parliamentarians spent most o their time on non-parliamentary issues and termed the sessions as ‘dancing dolls house’.

Just after its publication, TIB draws bitter criticism from the   ministers and members of the parliament in and outside of the house.

The criticism ranges from questioning the audacity of TIB, searching the monitory source of TIB, summoning TIB to parliament to explain their allegations, cutting of the source of money, banning the TIB etc.

TIB became an issue by itself to engage the members of the parliament in lengthy discussions.

Intellectuals urge the government to address the issues raised by TIB and not to shoot the messenger.

An ordinary citizen

 

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