So who determines what is ‘required’ to ensure that welfare?
The foreign diplomats appear to have become more active with the 12th parliamentary election less than a year away.
The nomination of a president is not to be taken lightly.
The recent by-polls represent the state of democracy in our country fairly accurately.
The streets belong to the working class and they are the ones who will decide the future of the country.
The ruling party is trying to fend off a persistent BNP campaign that, for the first time in many years, has managed to gain some public sympathy.
All our institutions are crumbling because of politicisation, inefficiencies, and corruption.
Ahead of the general election next year, it is likely that there will be political unrest, social instability and turmoil.
The government is taking measures to snip out people who, they believe, have relations with the opposition or may somehow favour the opposition in the times of election.
The Awami League-led Bangladesh government failed to bring neighbouring leading nations and the United Nations together in resolving the Rohingya crisis, BNP alleges.