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October 04, 2006

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The People

Bangladesh is known as democratic country
But as per article (section) 70 of Bangladesh Constitution, only key person or party chief. can take decision none the else

Second one is very age old or left over colonial laws and legal system for ruling the people.
Due to which billions of hard earned money of common people are spend in conducting huge number ( around Thirty Seven Lac till may, 2019 ) of pending suits or litigation in the court which may not be settled even in life time nor have any certainty of any relief .

NOW THE QUESTION WHO ARE DIRECT BENEFICIERIES ?

Contesting parties are compelled to spend billions of Dollar in addition to valuable times of their active life, year after year although more then 35 % people are living below the poverty line...

ARE THESE PRODUCTIVE ACTIVITIES ?

Why these colonial laws and legal system are not changes ?

Experienced Peoples are in opinion that Bangladesh can not face the track of advancement of science and technology like other Asian Countries nearby Bangladesh
Even Bangladesh will not be able to dream the face of digital world with existing colonial laws and legal system.

The present legal systems and procedures have no rule in productive activities to change the economy or the poverty of the country .

Third point which is most significant and important are the lack of accountability in every stage of life for people or Government Personal / Officials which will only encourage the growth of terrorism .

Now it has became imperative to reform / replace the concerned ministry & commission / body with expert of political sciences / social welfares , expert of relevant subjects of science and technology. like medicine, engineering, agricultural sciences , information technology , telecommunications sciences , business and commerce etc ?


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