It is now up to the Awami regimes to fundamentally change their policy towards the 18 party alliances after the historic victory
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The people defeated the 14 party alliance candidate and gave a fitting answer to the government’s bullying tactics. The main point is that those Awami pundits who insinuated that the people would reject
We have no grudge against any party or individual as long as they respect democratic rights of the people, ensures proper judicial process and does not bully others to stay in power. The responsible Awami policy makers must think of the country Bangladesh above their selves or party. Our country is in great danger if Awamileague don’t act prudently when dealing with the opposition. Others externally will take advantage of our vulnerabilities and conjure up to pounce upon the nation’s sovereignty. The only way out of this dilemma is to leave the war crime tribunal to impartial judges without influencing or dictating verdict. I am sure, proper impartial process would set them free. The next wisest think to do is to talk with the opposition for an interim government that are non partisan to run the next election. If there are fears of misuse of powers as the military did during 1/11, then amend and reform the laws of interim government so that future abuse of power can not take place. The fate of victory or defeat must rest with the people and not engineered in anyway to bring anyone to power. Only a just system will see a stable country. With democratic institution in place, Bangladesh could become the economic tiger of the South East Asia.
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