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Political Unrest in Bangladesh – an Observation

Millions of Bangladeshis are going through tense days and nights. The deepening political crisis, the extreme rigid stance taken by the polarized political parties and the pending general election coming up on January 5, 2014 that the main opposition parties have boycotted, all point to another vicious cycles of bloody confrontations between the current government and its oppositions.

Mahbubul Karim Sohel explains the background of the political unrest in Bangladesh and the hope for the future.

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