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[Posted on : 2013-12-22 by Mati ur Rehman] In 1996 elections Political Groups got seats as follows Awami League (146) Bangladesh National Party (BNP) (116) Jatiya Dal (32) Jamaat-e-Islami (3) and Others (3)

Bangladeshs Awami League Secures Parliament Seats Ahead of Election[2]

[Posted on : 2013-12-22 by SYED ZAIN AL-MAHMOOD] Political party Bangladesh government and its supporters got more than half the seats in the next parliament(Jatiya Sangsad) the country, even if the polls are not until January , due to opposition boycott left many candidates without challengers , election officials , she said. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina of the Awami League and its allies were assigned 154 of the 300 seats in the Legislature before the election, in an ad is likely to fuel further violence in the country , where fighting between groups supporters and clashes between protesters and police killed more than 100 people by the end of November. As Hasina has pressed ahead with plans to hold elections despite the withdrawal of the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party general and its partners in the country , protesters have always used Molotov cocktails and other weapons to impose a series of strikes to put pressure on the government. The opposition says he wants the Prime Minister to resign and allow the creation of a neutral transition government to oversee the election, something Hasina said it is useless. Opposition leaders said the electoral rules can not be , even if Hasina remain in office .

Polls between Oct 26, 2013 and Jan 24, 2014[3]

[Posted on : 2013-05-05 by Matloob ur Rehman] As per a roadmap unveiled by the Election Commission, the next parliamentary elections will be held sometime between October 26, 2013 and January 24, 2014 in line with the 15th amendment to the constitution.
Election Commissioner Shah Nawaz Monday said it would be possible for the EC to implement its roadmap for holding the 10th parliamentary elections and other polls for local-government bodies.
“The EC has finalised the roadmap knowing full well whether it would be possible for the commission to implement it,” he told reporters at the Election Commission Secretariat.
He hoped that the constitutional body would be able to implement the roadmap the EC finalised Sunday.
According to the existing laws, the EC would arrange the next general election under the format of government that would
exist during the election time.

Bangladesh’s main opposition party has threatened to boycott the election if the government refuses[4]

[Posted on : 2011-08-07 by Mostafa] Bangladesh’s main opposition party has threatened to boycott the election if the government refuses to hold polls under non-partisan neutral government.
“We will not take part in the elections under a partisan government, as people will never accept the scrapping of the caretaker government system,” the head of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), former prime minister Khaleda Zia, said Wednesday.
She urged her supporters to overthrow the government through a popular uprising such as those that have occurred in some Middle East countries since the beginning of the year, a definite shift of strategy of her anti-government campaign launched two weeks ago.
Criticizing the government that has been in power for two and half years, Zia said should her party win the election, she would scrap the recently overhauled constitution that dropped the impartial non-party caretaker administration to ensure holding of a credible general election.
The opposition fears that the election would be rigged and manipulated, which would further marginalize their share in the 300-member parliament. The next election is scheduled in 2013.
“Election without caretaker government cannot be held in the country and any election without participation of BNP will not be acceptable,” she warned.
The ruling Awami League has amended the constitution, which not only prohibited the interim government from holding a general election, but also included a Koranic verse in the constitution. In a radical shift from secularism, the government has adopted an Islamic constitution.
The ruling party vehemently opposed the argument and said the election commission would hold the election independently after it is significantly strengthened.

References :

[1] - http://www.ipu.org/parline-e/reports/arc/2023_96.htm

[2] - http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702304773104579268253160039122

[3] - http://www.daily-sun.com/details_yes_07-08-2012_Polls-between-Oct-26,-2013-and-Jan-24,-2014_227_1_1_1_1.html

[4] - http://gurumia.com/2011/07/15/bangladesh-general-election-2013-mechanism-and-maths/

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