Comments:Bangladesh elects new Prime Minister

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Kudos too the people of Bangladesh and I hope for the best of their new prime minister.--KDP3 (talk) 19:40, 31 December 2008 (UTC)Reply

The non acceptance of the results by the opposition BNP is not a good sign. But the first statement of Sheikh Hasina that she will fight terrorism along with India augurs well for the region as it has impact on ULFA and also Anup Chetia of ULFA who is trying to flee to Pakistan.—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Captainjohann (talkcontribs)

Bangladesh Election Results 2008 Followed by an Internatinal conspiracy edit

The original schedules for election was january 22, 2007. The than opposition party Awami league and its allies was dismantled to their success. So they made a brutal political chaos in capital dhaka streets and many political workers were beaten to death.In this way some of the Diplomats rolled over active and a new army backed interim government installed. New Government emphasised an anti corruption drive and most of the BNP leaders and workers was detained by an emmergency law. In the elction procedures EC and the administrative bodies favoured the Awamileague. they obstructed BNP to funding and re-organize the party. On the otherhand, awamileague and its allies managed most of the electronic and print media to run a overwhelming propaganda campaign with the controvesal warcrime issue. Most of the 15 millions of new voters motivated by one sided media campaigns...This was the main component of awamileague to a Landslide victory in the parliament electins. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs)