The ruling Awami League’s peace rally started near the south gate of National Mosque Baitul Mukarram around 2:30pm.
The elections to Barishal and Khulna city corporations held on May 12, 2023 cannot be considered free, fair and credible, as they were non-competitive.
Proposed curbing of EC’s power sends a wrong message at the wrong time
With the ruling Awami League apparently reaching out to some right-wing political parties to forge a bigger electoral alliance, a gap with its left allies keeps widening since the national polls in 2018.
To achieve and reach the expected goals of Smart Bangladesh, the AL government should emphasise on attracting more creative, visionary, and young leaders in the party who are aware of the latest developments in the field and able to leverage the benefits of this rapidly changing world.
An embarrassing stage collapse could well be an ominous sign of the party’s bedrock caving in.
The question is whether the AL, as a ruling party, is capable of countering the opposition camp’s campaign and preparing for the upcoming election at the same time, with its old faithfuls.
The 22nd national council of the ruling Awami League (AL) will be held tomorrow with a pledge to build a Smart Bangladesh by 2041.