Dhaka: The president of the Bangladesh Communist Party (CPB) Mujahidul Selim Islam, which was prepared for the eight party Left Democratic Alliance movement, boycotted the election, said, "The ball is now in the Prime Minister's palace."
The BNP has demanded to form a non-governmental superintendent during the election, reconstruct the Election Commission, stop false cases and ensure a democratic environment for participatory elections.
On Tuesday (November 6) in Ganabhaban, at 8:30 a.m., the eight party Democratic Delegation dialogue ended with a government-led alliance led by Prime Minister and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina at 10:30 a.m. and ended at 10:30 a.m.
At the end of the dialogue, the Selim Mujahidul Islam reporter said, "We have clearly delivered our speech to the Prime Minister. Now tell him in his palace. Based on what he decides, he depends on whether the next election will be participatory.
He said, "We are ready to participate in the election. If the situation is not favorable, then I am ready to boycott it."
The CPB president said, "We will wait for the Prime Minister to take our view."
Demonstrations have been highlighted by the Prime Minister for violating parliament in dialogue, the formation of electoral governments, the re-election of the Election Commission, the use of EVM, the suppression of anti-coalition and anti-coalition alliances, and the demand for all party alliances to the Prime Minister, the Democratic Communist Party Democratic Left General of the Revolutionary Workers Party Editor Saiful Haque
Saiful Haque said, "Based on the Prime Minister's press conference, depending on how we seek, we will decide what to do in our movement and to do political work."
He said, & # 39; We want to make elections, we make dialogue to create a democratic environment for elections, and continuous movement on the streets & # 39 ;.
The Left Coordinator said, "We still want to hope that at the last moment, the will of the government will wake up." And they will take the initiative. & # 39;
& # 39; We have written our demands in writing. I hope the government will take effective action. "
Others were present at the dialogue – CPB secretary general Shah Alam, Secretary General of Bangladesh (Basd), Khalekuzzaman Bangladesh, Bazlur Rashid Firoz, Members of the Central Committee, Members of the Revolutionary Workers Party Political Party, Board of Directors of Busders (Marxists) Subrangshu Chakraborty and Alamgir Hossain Dulal, Chief Coordinator of the Ganasonghati Movement Jonade Sakki, Member of the Political Council, Firoz Ahmed, United Communist League, United Communist League Secretary General Mosharraf Hossain Nannu, Abdus Sattar, Secretary General of the democratic revolutionary party Mosherefa Mishu, member of the central committee of Mominur Rahman Bij, chairman of the Hamidul Haque Socialist Movement and central committee member Ranjit Kumar was present at the dialogue.
Bangladesh Time: 0144 Hours, November 07 2018 / Update: 0234 Hours
MUM / RR