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General Moeen U Ahmed Sunday depicted the government's success stories such as a free judiciary and reforms to the Election Commission and Bangladesh Public Service Commission. In a speech to Bangladeshi expatriates at Holbrook in Boston, the army chief referred to the efforts to make a voter list with pictures. Moeen said: 'Many things may happen before the national elections in 2008.' The general came up with a fable.
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<< Report Type: Politics  
  Report Name: Major Episodes of Political Violence in 2004  
  Price: BDT Tk. 75 USD $ 4

This study on the law and order situation last year does not seek to make any judgement. It rather mirrors what exactly happened in those 12 months covered by the study.  It seeks to chronicle the events that took place during the year. 

Lack of public security and peace had been the big worry for the ordinary people. The government launched a number of steps to cope with the slide in the law and order and steady the wobbling ship. Opinion about the impact of the government measures has been divided. Some have found the introduction of Rapid Action Battalion, an elite anti-crime force, as a successful bid to contain gangster attacks. Others have criticised the methods used by this elite force in its crackdown on crimes. Critics have called those methods as violation of human rights.

Many have found the last year as a mixed one so far as the law and order situation goes. There had been ups and downs.  We appreciate everyone associated with the study. Lots of hard works have been put into this enterprise, which we believe will help the government, policymakers and the members of the public better understand the trends  in our society and what is going on in the field of good governance.

We also appreciate the Norwegian Embassy in Dhaka for its support to publish the study.

 

Shahiduzzaman

Editor

NewsNetwork  

Getting back smuggled out wealth and money
British assistance offer welcome
The Anti-Corruption Commission's efforts to strike a deal with Scotland Yard to secure return of money and wealth stashed away abroad by suspected high profile corrupt Bangladeshis, with the famous law enforcement agency's help, have received an impetus. It came with British High Commissioner Anwar Choudhury and Director for Asia at the UK fo
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