Bangladesh Elections 2007

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B Chy sets conditions to join AL-led 14-party alliance

Posted by Nirbachon on July 13, 2006

Bikalpa Dhara Bangladesh (BDB) President AQM Badruddoza Chowdhury has set a six-point condition to join the Awami League (AL)-led 14-party combine, reports UNB.

Addressing a representative meeting of the Ganoforum in the city Thursday, he announced his party would join the 14-party combine if it pledges in writing to agree on the six conditions that include punishment of corrupt persons and criminals within two years if elected to power.

The Financial Express article 


5 Responses to “B Chy sets conditions to join AL-led 14-party alliance”

  1. abu said

    Awami League and BNP have no different, they do politic for power not for people, if B Chowdhury and Dr. Kamal join the 14 party combain,that would be sham, more over apaert from Awami League other 13 party are useless and have no public support.

  2. Sultan Babar said

    I like to communicate with LDP but couldn’t find any web site or contact details. Please forward me the mail address of Mahee Chowdhory, as I intend to contact with him in respect to political chat. My highest admirations are for him, his party and like to contribute ideas for the increased popularity of his party.
    Best regards,

    Sultan Babar

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