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30 Aug 2013   07:48:03 PM   Friday BdST A- A A+ Print this E-mail this

BNP will repeal 15th amendment if in power


Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) will amend the constitution and drop the 15th amendment if it comes to power in the next general election, said BNP standing committee member Moudud Ahmed Friday as they went on opposing the abrogation of caretaker government provision through this charter change.

 “BNP will repeal the 15th amendment, if it comes to the power in the next election. The constitution will be brought back to its previous state. The national charter has lost its sanctity as the Awami League-led government has chopped it,” he said.

 The former law minister made the remark while addressing a rally arranged by Jatiyatabadi Samabaya Dal at Dhaka Reporters Unity, demanding the holding of the next polls in a free and fair manner under a nonparty administration.

 He alleged that the incumbent government has amended the constitution with a ‘fascist’ attitude in a bid to perpetuate power by holding an election under its own administration.

 “If the government places a non-party government bill in parliament, we will cooperate with it in passing the bill. But we will resist government’s any move to cling to power through one-party election,” he said.

Moududalso warned that the Awami League-led grand alliance government would be ousted through mass movement if it tried to hold election under its own administration.


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