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  • 'If they don't come, how will they be seen?'

    In the face of allegations that agents of BNP were hardly visible in polling centres across the country, the chief election commissioner (CEC) has claimed that they were not seen because they did not show up in the first place.

  • Oikyafront demands CEC’s resignation

    Oikyafront demands CEC’s resignation

    The opposition alliance Jatiya Oikyafront demands immediate resignation of the Chief Election Commissioner and urges the president to appoint a nonpolitical and neutral person in the post.

  • Dr Kamal wants CEC replaced

    Gonoforum President Dr Kamal Hossain yesterday demanded the replacement of Chief Election Commissioner KM Nurul Huda with a credible person for holding a free and fair national election.

  • BNP urges CEC to deploy army in Khulna, Gazipur city polls

    BNP meets the chief election commissioner and requests for deployment of the military in the city corporation elections to Khulna and Gazipur to ensure free and fair polls.

  • KM Nurul Huda

    BNP’s allegation not valid: CEC

    BNP's allegation of creating obstruction by administration on the way of smooth voting in Rangpur City Corporation polls is not “valid”, Chief Election Commissioner KM Nurul Huda says.

  • No compromise with fair polls: CEC

    Chief Election Commission KM Nurul Huda says that he would not compromise with anyone for the sake of arranging the next general election in a democratic manner.

  • CEC starts electoral talks mid-July

    Chief Election Commissioner KM Nurul Huda says he will kick off electoral dialogue with political parties in mid-July and will continue till November.

  • Final phase of UP election no less violent

    We wonder whether the Chief Election Commissioner was talking about the recently concluded six-phase elections in Bangladesh or some other election in some other country when...

  • UP elections getting incrementally deadly

    Even the chief election commissioner (CEC) has admitted that violence has escalated in the fifth phase of the elections.