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MIR MOSHARREF HOSSAIN PAKBIR
Electoral violence must not denigrate the national pollsOne major issue impeding Bangladeshs democratic process is the prevalence of political and electoral violence at the national level. Bangladeshs politics and elections, like those of many developing countries, are rigged by force, money, and workforce, which frequently lead to violent political conflicts. From the 1971 Liberation War to the 2018 general election, Bangladesh has ...
MIR MOSHARREF HOSSAIN PAKBIR
Honest and people-oriented leaders are crucial for national progressThe 12th National Election in Bangladesh is scheduled for January 7, 2024. The deadline for withdrawing the candidature was December 17, therefore the candidates for the 300 constituencies are practically set. A total of 2,716 nominations were initially filed with the EC and 26.91% of those nominations were initially ruled illegal, although many of those ...
MIR MOSHARREF HOSSAIN PAKBIR
Impact of agro-practices on climate change must be addressedGlobal warming and climate change are now becoming more pressing issues for the entire world. Each and every creature on the planet is subject to Mother Natures wrath due to the increase in various types of natural disasters. We have long held urbanization and industrialization accountable for being the primary causes of climate change. However, ...
MIR MOSHARREF HOSSAIN PAKBIR
Election manifesto needs to portray the dream of a progressive BangladeshBangladesh's political parties are currently incredibly triggered as they prepare for the 12th National Election, which is set for January 7, 2024. However, the political parties have not even released their election manifestos as of yet. Our people apparently are not worried about the manifestos to come out which enables them to compare the promises ...
MIR MOSHARREF HOSSAIN PAKBIR
Ideological difference: The greatest threat to the political alliancesBangladesh is almost certain to witness the 12th National Parliamentary Election on Jan 7, 2024. The ruling party Awami League and Jatiya Party have already declared their representatives. Few other parties like Jatiya Samajtantrik Dol, Workers Party of Bangladesh, Bangladesh Tarikat Federation, Bangladesh Nationalist Front, Trinomool BNP etc. are also finalizing the list of their ...
MIR MOSHARREF HOSSAIN PAKBIR
BNP must not damage our democracy any furtherThe Success of the democracy depends to a great extent on the constructive role of the opposition parties. Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) is considered the largest opposition party of the nation. But their absence from the parliament for so many years due to their non-participation in the elections is actually not allowing them to perform ...
MIR MOSHARREF HOSSAIN PAKBIR
Only visionary leadership can keep Bangladesh on the progressive trackEconomic and human development of Bangladesh has advanced significantly, and by 2026, it is expected to reach middle-income status. However, every success tale has its share of obstacles. Bangladesh's development path is about to shift into a new phase. In the face of previous shocks like COVID-19 and the Russia-Ukraine War, the economy has demonstrated ...
MIR MOSHARREF HOSSAIN PAKBIR
Silence of Bangladeshi Islamic parties on Israeli genocide is inexcusableFocusing on the 12th National Parliamentary Election, different Islamic parties, along with the ruling and opposition parties, have become active recently. Jamaat-e-Islami had held a grand rally in open air after a long time on Oct 7. IslamiAndolan Bangladesh (IAB), led by CharmonairPirSyed Muhammad RezaulKarim, arranged a grand rally at SuhrawardyUdyan on Nov 3. Despite ...
MIR MOSHARREF HOSSAIN PAKBIR
Only political reconciliation can protect democracy in BangladeshFollowing altercations on Saturday afternoon between the law enforcement agencies and supporters of Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), which was holding a planned demonstration with an eye toward the looming 12th National Parliamentary Election, Dhaka turned into a battleground. Following the fighting, the BNP called for a nationwide strike on Sunday, joined by a few of ...
MIR MOSHARREF HOSSAIN PAKBIR
United States and its veto power: The greatest threat to humanity17 days have passed since Israel renewed their war on the Gaza Strip after an unparalleled attack by Hamas on Oct 7. Israeli forces have already taken the lives of around 5,000 Palestinians including thousands of children and women. Israel even stopped supply of food, water, medicine, fuel etc. and after 15 days, only thirty ...
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