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Vote Rigging

Vote Rigging

Top US general foresees no military role in resolving election disputes

The top US general told lawmakers that he did not foresee the military playing a role in the election process or resolving disputes that may come during the November presidential election

US president Donald Trump holds a campaign rally in Londonderry, New Hampshire, US, on 28 August 2020

Britain tightens online campaigning rules amid fears of interference in polls

Britain plans to tighten rules around online campaigning to make political parties and campaigners state more clearly who they are, the government said on Wednesday, seeking to allay fears about ...

Britain's prime minister Boris Johnson speaks at RAF Lossiemouth, during a visit to the Highlands and Northern Isles of Scotland, in Moray, Scotland, Britain on 23 July 2020

Don't embarrass AL asking about Khaleda’s bail: Quader

Reiterating that the court will decide about the bail of Khaleda Zia, Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Wednesday said the bail issue of graft-convicted BNP chairperson is totally a ...

Don't embarrass AL asking about Khaleda’s bail: Quader

Ashraf Ghani secures second term as Afghan president

Ashraf Ghani has secured a second term as president of Afghanistan, according to final results of the 28 September 2019 poll released Tuesday by the country's election commission."The election ...

Ashraf Ghani secures second term as Afghan president

Voter absence is louder than words

Sometimes silence is louder than words and this couldn’t be more poignantly expressed than by the absence of voters in the recent elections of Dhaka’s two city corporations and also the by-election ...

Voter absence is louder than words

Observers find no evidence of vote rigging in city polls: Quader

Ruling Bangladesh Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Wednesday said observers did not find any evidence of vote rigging or forgery in the elections to two Dhaka city corporations ...

Observers find no evidence of vote rigging in city polls: Quader

Jatiya Oikya Front extends support to BNP’s hartal

Jatiya Oikyafront on Saturday extended its support to a dawn-to-dusk hartal (general strike) called by Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) in the city on Sunday protesting what they said vote rigging ...

Jatiya Oikya Front extends support to BNP’s hartal

Ballot-snatching is not possible with EVM, CEC claims

Chief Election Commissioner KM Nurul Huda on Tuesday said there is no possibility of snatching ballot with Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) system during the Dhaka city corporations’ polls to be ...

Ballot-snatching is not possible with EVM, CEC claims

BNP sends letter to EC over Dhaka city polls

The Bangladesh Nationalist Party on Tuesday sent a letter to the election commission (EC) urging it to refrain from using electronic voting machines (EVMs) in the upcoming elections to Dhaka north ...

BNP sends letter to EC over Dhaka city polls

BNP leaders fear their ‘drubbing’ in city polls

BNP policymakers fear their party’s another poor show in the 1-February city polls as it did in Chattogram-8 by-polls for many reasons, including the low turnout of voters and ‘attacks by ...

BNP leaders fear their ‘drubbing’ in city polls
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