Politics in doldrums | The Daily Star
12:00 AM, June 13, 2008 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, June 13, 2008

Politics in doldrums

In the first place, I would like to clearly mention the fact that I've by no means any hope about our politics and the politicians. Still, being a conscientious citizen of the country I have the right to voice my thoughts pertaining to the welfare of the land I was born and brought up in, and am still living.
Today, however, I would not pen down or ventilate much of the thoughts that at times go perforating my inner being for many reasons.
What we take note of, today after 37 years of freedom, with a broken heart, is a complete political disaster resulting from the wholesale misuse /abuse of power, corruption of monumental height and so forth by the people we call politicians. After a series of shuffle and reshuffle in the CTG, the caretaker government took charge at a critical juncture and since then they have been doing a great job for the country.
At this point, however, it is to be well borne in mind that it was the top two leaders who brought about some sort of equilibrium in their respective parties. Being the leaders of the two major political parties, they were a must for bridging the gap created in their parties. So, we want to see a much better handling of the political situation by the top leaders. We don't want to go back…

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