Our political leaders' reluctance to engage in dialogue and to uphold the tenets of democracy may erode public trust in them.
The BNP were among nine parties that skipped today's second session of talks with the Election Commission
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan has said the government is open to dialogues if they are held as per the constitutional framework.
The Election Commission has written to the BNP and other registered political parties, inviting them to take part in talks that will be held on November 4, said sources.
Ruling out the possibility of any dialogue with the BNP, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said the people do not want any talks with the “killers”.
The election authorities must do more to ensure a conducive environment for the upcoming general election in Bangladesh.