Bangladesh > An internet star’s political dreams meet the brutal realities of Bangladeshi elections

Bangladesh Nationalist Party activists held a rally in Dhaka on 18 October to demand the resignation of the Awami League government saying that no election under the ruling party can be credible. The Awami League is determined to hold the election under its own administration with the prime minister, Sheikh Hasina, at its helm. Photo: ABACAPRESS / IMAGO

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