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Opposition out to disrupt democracy, says Moudud
5/14/2006
 

          NOAKHALI, May 13 (BSS): Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Moudud Ahmed said the opposition would have joined the dialogue with the government without any precondition if they really wanted any electoral reform.
"Now they are hatching new conspiracy to disrupt development and democracy," Moudud Ahmed claimed this while he was addressing a number of meetings on the occasion of inaugural ceremony of some development works Saturday.

 

 
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