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Thursday, May 15, 2014

[] Re: [Politiconomy] Rule of Lw

Absolutely not. Where did you get the impression that I implied  Khaleda--Nijami regime was any better? In both instances, democratically elected government  turned into regimes of kleptocracy --
differing only in degree, that is to say  that at the present time Hasina regime's mischief is leading to ad nauseam.

 Abdullah A. Dewan
Eastern Michigan University

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-------- Original message --------
From: S Turkman
Date:05/15/2014 7:36 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: Abdullah Dewan ,Politiconomy
Subject: Re: [Politiconomy] Rule of Lw

Sure, sure the Non Awami League rule from 1975 to 2005 was the real Democracy, right?
On Wednesday, May 14, 2014 11:04 AM, Abdullah Dewan <> wrote:
The report in the link below gives us some glimpses of the reactions of political courtiers of insignificant parties which are baited with some position and power to form the 14 party grand alliance under Bangladesh Awami League (BAL) leadership. In a country with no rule of law a democratically elected government become a kleptocracy with all its branches: executive, legislative and judiciary get enmeshed in corruption and crimes. There are concerns if Sheikh Hasina is willing (or even has the capacity)  to serve the country's interest ahead of her party's hooliganism.

Abdullah A Dewan
M.Sc(phys), M.S.(nuclr.eng),Ph.D(econ)
Professor and Economics Department Head(i)
Eastern Michigan University
Ph #(734) 487-3395

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