Today is that One Eleven, a day of crisis for democracy in Bangladesh. On this day in 2007, the government of the army-backed Fakhruddin Ahmed was sworn in. In 2006, the BNP-Jamaat coalition government formed a controversial election commission to tarnish the election. At the same time, the age of Chief Justice KM Hasan was increased so that he could be the head of the caretaker government. The constitution was also amended at that time to increase the age of the Chief Justice. With this the political arena became heated.
On October 27, the day BNP handed over power, violence broke out across the country. In such a situation, the Awami League declares that they do not consider KM Hasan as the head of the caretaker government and will not participate any election under this Election Commission. In this situation, KM Hasan moved away but the political stalemate did not end. In the face of the crisis, then-President Iajuddin Ahmed took over as head of the caretaker government. He holds both the presidency and the head of the caretaker government. But in the context of doing everything under the direction of BNP, a crisis situation was created in the politics of the country. In such a situation, the BNP-Jamaat alliance was adamant about the January 22, 2007 elections.
In such a situation, the Awami League declared that they would not go to the polls under any circumstances. Bloody violent movements spread across the country. In fact, on this day in 2007, an army-backed caretaker government led by Fakhruddin Ahmed took over. For two years this government seized power unconstitutionally. This is the rule of another unelected government in the politics of Bangladesh.
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