The ruling Awami League has rejected the Election Commission reform proposals of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party terming it ‘unrealistic and unconstitutional’. BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia at a press conference at her Gulshan office on Friday gave the proposal to reform the EC buy viagra usa for holding next general elections discussing with all the political parties who had representation in the parliament after the war of independence in 1971. Obaidul Quader, general secretary buy retin a canadian pharmacy of the AL, at a press conference at Dhanmandi office of the party president, gave a spontaneous initial reaction saying the proposals of the Khaleda Zia were unrealistic and unconstitutional. ‘We shall not accept any unconstitutional proposal for Election Commission reform and follow the constitutional process for reform like ‘search committee’, Quader said. ‘According to the constitutional provision former president Zillur Rahman, formed the EC in 2012, forming a search committee,’ Quader added. Khaleda Zia in her 45 minute speech gave some proposals for EC reform many of which were included in the electoral law, Quader said. The newly elected AL general secretary said that Khaleda Zia should seek apology to the nation first for killings innocent people. Quader also rejected the proposal of Khaleda for holding a meeting with the AL president canadian family pharmacy viagra and prime minister Sheikh Hasina, saying Khaleda Zia had warlier rejected dialogue proposal of Sheikh Hasina. Khaleda Zia wanted to come to power after burning and killing people cialis 20mg tablets price in the four months of terrorism she had unleashed Generic cialis online in 2015, Quader said. Senior leaders of the party Mahbubul Alam Hanif, Abdul Matin Khasru, Yusuf Hossain Humayun, Abdur Rahman and central leaders Afzal Hussain, Sujit Roy Nandi, Marufa Akhter Poppy and others attended is viagra a drug the press conference.
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