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Awami League to accept president’s call on Election Commission By UNB | Last Updated: 14th January, 2017, 21:17

Obaidul Quader says his party will accept President Abdul Hamid’s decision over the formation of next Election Commission

Awami League to accept president’s call on Election Commission

President for good inter-party relations for democracy President for good inter-party relations for democracy

The president said this as he held talks separately with Bangladesh National Awami Party (BNAP), Bangladesh Khelafat Majlish (BKM) and Gono Front (GF)


Awami League will not consult BNP on Election Commission formation, says Nasim No dialogue with BNP on EC formation: Nasim

'Hardly any result was produced from previous dialogues with them,' says the Awami League Presidium Member Mohammad Nasim


Gonoshasthaya Kendra founder Zafrullah Chowdhury says BNP should focus on connecting with people ‘BNP should focus on connecting with people’

Zafrullah Chowdhury also suggests BNP Senior Joint Secretary General Ruhul Kabir Rizvi to limit his voice in front of media on each and every issue


BNP leader Rizvi says people will wage mass-movement against repression, oppression People will wage movement against oppression: Rizvi

The BNP leader makes the statement at a press briefing where he focuses on the recent HRW report about the human rights situation in Bangladesh


Mirza Fakhrul says BNP will take to the street at appropriate time 'BNP will take to the street at appropriate time'

He also claims that in the last eight years over a thousand of BNP men lost their lives due to government sponsored torture and repression


Hasina asks party-men to get ready for elections Hasina asks party-men to ready for elections

The prime minister makes the call while addressing Awami League leaders at her Dhanmondi political office


Bangladesh Chhatra League rallies on Dhaka University campus marking 3-year of the government BCL's rally on DU campus marking 3-year of the govt

Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL), student wing of ruling Awami League, today brought out a procession…


BNP wants PM to show ray of hope BNP wants PM to show ray of hope

The BNP leader voices the expectation while giving his party's formal reaction to the Prime Minister's address to the nation at a press conference


Except some BNP leaders, people happy with PM’s speech: Quader BNP leaders watching Hindi serials not happy with PM's speech: AL

The BNP leaders are disappointed with government's uplift efforts as they've realised they have no chance of winning next polls, Obaidul Quader says


Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu says a vested quarter active to create discord between 14-party & Awami League A quarter out to create disunity between 14-party & AL: Inu

He says those who are conspiring to create difference are enemies of the country as well as Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and unity


BNP opposes AL proposals for Election Commission formation law, e-voting BNP opposes law for EC constitution, e-voting

Senior BNP leader Ruhul Kabir Rizvi warns that people will not accept the new EC if it is formed with the people of government choice


Awami League-led 14-party holds meeting tomorrow 14-party hold meeting tomorrow

Central 14-party alliance will hold a meeting at Awami League (AL) President Sheikh Hasina's political…


BNP gets frustrated with PM’s speech BNP gets frustrated with PM’s speech

All expect that the Prime Minster would give a hint about a political understanding to restore democracy and hold a fair lection


8 more parties invited to presidential talks on Election Commission President invites 8 more parties to EC dialogue

President Abdul Hamid invites eight more political parties to discuss formation of the new election commission (EC)


Quader urges AL activists to stand beside cold-hit people Quader urges AL activists to stand beside cold-hit people

Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader today urges party activists to stand beside cold-hit people

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