Bangladesh > The disappearing act
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  • K SHESHU BABU

    Like most other nations – specially South Asian nations – Bangladesh government is using various means to suppress dissent or critical remarks. With almost no effective opposition to voice against draconian laws, the powers that be are passing and implementing any law they wish without difficulty. Increasing authoritian rule is becoming a ‘ new normal’ in most parts of the world and Bangladesh is no exception

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