Minimising autocracy: Some recommendations

Published: Thursday, May 30, 2013 G.M. Quader AFTER changeover in 1991 and the subsequent amendment to the constitution, a unique type of governance system has been introduced in Bangladesh. Since a parliament is formed by elected representatives the system is named parliamentary form of democracy. But, neither the role of parliament nor the culture of 

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Evils of autocracy

  Published: Tuesday, May 21, 2013 G.M. Quader A country’s governance on personal whim by a single person is considered to be an autocracy. An autocratic rule is, in that sense, observed to be anti-people; failing to conceive the aspiration and fulfill their hopes. And so people demand a governance system where they can take 

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