Since democratization in the early 1990s, the people of Bangladesh has had the choice between two dynasties: one led by Sheikh Mujib family, the second of Zia family. The Sheikh Mujib family and the ruling party decided last period that they would not give up power this time. The ruling party has used all means, also undemocratic means, to stay in power and the opposition is pushed out into the streets. Now Bangladesh has become far less democratic.
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