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UN urges stakeholders to promote "inclusive, credible" polls in Bangladesh

Diplomatic Correspondent,
  21 Nov 2023, 21:49

The United Nations has reiterated its desire to see a "peaceful, inclusive and credible" national election in Bangladesh.

"We continue to call on all stakeholders, the government, the political parties to do whatever they can, to promote a peaceful, inclusive, and credible election," Spokesperson for the UN Secretary-General Stéphane Dujarric in a regular briefing in New York on November 20.

The Election Commission already announced polls schedule and the national election will be held on January 7.

Opposition BNP is yet to take any decision to join the polls while enthusiasm is seen among the supporters of Bangladesh Awami League and like minded parties who are joining the polls.



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