The election is likely to deliver a third straight term for Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Her main rival is serving a jail term for corruption.
Another candidate jailed for corruption allegations, just as in Brazil, although there, we didn't talk about a reelection for the major candidate, we were talking about a revival for fascism in Latin America.The build-up to the poll was marred by violence and accusations of a crackdown against the opposition. Some 600,000 security personnel were deployed to prevent clashes.
Why does it always sound like outside of Europe, elections will never go on and continue without giant violent clashes? I mean, just look over the sea; no matter where you're looking, people are murdering each other because of one party that is likely to fall for corruption or violation of international laws.Bangladesh is a Muslim-majority nation of more than 160 million people and faces issues ranging from possibly devastating climate change, Islamist militancy, endemic poverty and corruption.
Ok, I'm done, the probelm in this country look similar to any other country's problems throughout the world.
Current PM Sheikh Hasina is tipped to win a third straight term in an election marred by violence.www.bbc.com