Elections in Bangladesh in the eyes of four international media

Last Sunday, at the 11th parliamentary elections in the country. In private results, the Grand Alliance, led by the Awami League, won 288 out of 300 parliamentary seats. Analysis and opinion articles have recently been published in various international presses with the national election of Bangladesh and its results. Here is a summary of these articles:

Washington Post
In an analysis published in the online edition of the American media, a political party has won a huge margin in Bangladesh. Such a distinction between the victorious and conquered groups is expected in countries like North Korea, not in a democratic country like Bangladesh.

The Washington Post says Sheikh Hasina consolidates her own power, but that is in exchange for her election legitimacy. Although before the elections, most experts thought that Sheikh Hasina would win the elections. But at such a large distance he would win – that idea was very low. There were allegations of irregularities from different centers on the day of the vote. But observers say that the Awami League got hold of the field long before Sunday.

An economic viewpoint has also emerged in the analysis of Bangladesh. It has been said that intolerance is growing at the same time. After the Sunday election, Bangladesh will be a "one-party" democracy & # 39; become a country.

In an analysis of Time magazine, the results of the & # 39; irregularities & # 39; released from Sunday's vote. It is said that there is oppression of voters on election day.

According to Time, the election of Bangladesh is one of the elections for the democratic flow of the world. In the past 20 years there has been strength in the Awami League, sometimes BNP. Under Sheikh Hasina, Bangladesh has come out of poverty and has become stable, politically and economically stable. But at the same time, human rights organizations have accused his government of slow persecution & # 39;

This analysis criticized the new Digital Security Act, which says that it will limit the freedom of speech and criticism from the government, according to various human rights organizations.

Time says that the evidence against voters was widespread on Sunday. The criticism of the government through social contact has become sarcasm.

In a public opinion poll published by CNN CNN on Sunday, the Sunday elections were & # 39; controversial & # 39; called. This makes Bangladesh a 'new and dangerous'. era.

CNN says the opposition has every reason to get angry & # 39; to be. Awami League has been associated with a & # 39; systemic campaign for several years now & # 39; to remove opponents.

In this post from CNN, Awami League becomes a popular party & # 39; called. Reportedly, the officials concerned are expected to reject the new election request from the opposition. In reality there is very little opportunity to express anger without going into the election committee and the opposition parties in Bangladesh.

In the opinion of CNN it has been said that Bangladesh has reached the stage of & almost a party & # 39; be highly questioned & # 39; to acquire power from the Awami League. The future of Bangladesh is now unclear. The youth and youth of the country lose confidence in democracy.

The Economist
According to an analysis by the British magazine economist, Bangladesh was the biggest loss of democracy in last Sunday's elections. Thousands of posters of nominated candidates from the Awami League in Dhaka could not find any poster of BNP candidates. On the other hand, accusations of irregularities occurred during the vote.

The Economist said, probably a Sheikh Hasina would win if there were more free and fair elections. His party Awami League was at the forefront of opinion polls. But after the national elections last Sunday the question arose – will this enormous victory of Awami League bring relief, or will there be more repression?

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