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article 2 - Vol. 13 No. 02 & 03 -- SPECIAL REPORT: INEXISTENT RULE OF LAW IN BANGLADESH

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article 2 - Vol. 13 No. 02 & 03 June - September 2014

SPECIAL REPORT: INEXISTENT RULE OF LAW IN BANGLADESH

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C O N T E N T S

Introduction: The Rule of Law does not exist in Bangladesh
Editorial board, article 2

Rule of Law in Bangladesh: Normative standards and reality’s mirror
Md. Ashrafuzzaman, Programme Coordinator
Asian Legal Resource Centre, Hong Kong

Vested Interest: The 'Human Rights' practices of political parties
Saira Rahman Khan, teaches Law at a private
university in Bangladesh

Constitutional disaster & 'legal' impunity: Constitutional amendments in perspective
Maimul Ahsan Khan

CASE STUDIES

Wild West in the East: Four stories of State persecution

Forty seven cases of unresolved killing, torture and disappearance in five years

INTERVIEWS:

'The rulers do not believe in human dignity'
Nurul Kabir, editor, New Age, Bangladesh

'Weak electoral process perpetuates conflict'
Professor Anu Muhammad, Department of Economics,Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka

'The government survives as hostages in the hands of law enforcement agencies'
Saiful Huq, social activist

'The criminal justice system is useless'
Shahed Kayes, human rights defender

‘Independence of the judiciary was never ensured’
Mr. Nur Khan, human rights defender

‘Disappearance becomes a means to settle political differences’
Professor Akmal Hussain, Department of International Relations, University of Dhaka

‘On torture… no comment’
Professor Shahiduzzaman, Department of International Relations, University of Dhaka

APPENDIX:

Parallel Event at the UN HRC on the Rule of Law in Bangladesh
Asian Legal Resource Centre


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