Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday told the Parliament that her party will accept President’s decision about constituting new Election Commission following dialogue with political parties.
The premier came up with this statement while delivering her 36-minute winding-up speech at the 13th session of 10th Parliament in the evening.
"We'll surely accept whatever decision the President takes," said Sheikh Hasina also the president of ruling Awami League.
“The President has already taken initiatives in this regard and BNP also sent their suggestions to Bangabhaban. The President will now hold talks with all political parties in this regard," she added.
She reiterated that her government always wants to hold the election in a free, fair and neutral manner as it was the Awami League and she herself who had fought for establishing the rights of people for food and voting and many leaders and workers of Awami League and its associate bodies had laid down their lives for this cause.
The Prime Minister also said, "We want that a fair democratic process prevails in the country which will also expedite the economic development."