Bangladesh: Government by brutality

Posted: February 6, 2013 in Articles, Current Affairs, World Affairs
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More than 40 years after its bloody birth, Michael Stewart looks at the problems that continue to plague Bangladesh and its people as they navigate their way towards a stable form of democracy.
COMMON GOAL: Democracy has always been the aim of the Bangladeshi people, says Shamsher Chowdhury, vice-chairman of the BNP

 

In the midst of the upheavals of the 1970s, a Bangladeshi poet wrote: ‘I want a guarantee of a natural death.’ Some 40 years later, that is a sentiment that many of his fellow countrymen share.

The country is still trying to find its way to a stable form of democracy as Shamsher Chowdhury, vice-chairman of the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party, explained on a recent visit to the London School of Economics.

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