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Quorum

Study on 9th Parliament

A few lawmakers lambast TIB

Senior lawmakers of Awami League (AL) and Jatiya Party yesterday blasted the TIB for its study that mentioned there was no opposition in the "real sense" in the 10th Jatiya Sangsad. They also questioned whether the Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) had any right to talk about parliament and the constitution. The organisation has crossed its limit by doing so, they said after the question- answer hour in parliament. Meanwhile, TIB Executive Director Iftekharuzzaman yesterday termed such criticism from the lawmakers "illogical". Talking to...

QUORUM CRISIS COSTS TK 104CR

JS blasts TIB

JS blasts TIB

Senior lawmakers from both the ruling and opposition parties today came down heavily on Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) for its findings on quorum crisis which was revealed on Tuesday.  They also raised questions about the organisation's right to make comments about the parliament and the constitution saying that the TIB has crossed its limit...

TIB report biased: Law minister

TIB report biased: Law minister

Law Minister Anisul Huq today termed a Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) report on quorum crisis at the ninth parliament as "biased" and "unexpected". The minister's remark came shortly after TIB revealed a report saying that quorum crisis during the ninth parliament caused the country waste of time worth over Tk 104 crore. When journalists pointed out a TIB observation that the parliament can be effective if all political parties take part in the election, the minister said the January 5 parliamentary election was held in the same fashion as the December 29, 2008 election. "But the opposition attended the parliament for only 70 days. So, this study is biased. Such a report...

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