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Daily Archives: July 28, 2011

Can there be fair trials in Bangladesh?

The forthcoming War Crimes tribunal in Bangladesh is garnering some modest international attention, mostly from watchdog groups concerned about the absence of normative evidential standards and due process. However, human rights groups may be learning that a lax approach towards the rights of the accused is standard operating procedure in Bangladesh. As the Berlin based…

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Lord Avebury confronts Law Minister Over Bangladesh War Crimes Tribunal

Statement by Lord Avebury, Chairman of the International Bangaldesh Foundation and Co-Chair of the Chittagong Hill Tracts Commission. On July 27, Lord Avebury received the Law Minister of Bangladesh, Mr Shafiq Ahmed at Flodden Road. They discussed the progress towards implementation of the Chittagong Hill Tracts Accord, which is part of the programme of the…

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যুদ্ধাপরাধীদের বিচার রাজনৈতিক হয়রানি নয়: লন্ডনে আইনমন্ত্রী

লন্ডন: যুদ্ধাপরাধীদের বিচার বাধাগ্রস্থ করতেই ভিত্তিহীন ও উদ্দেশ্যপ্রণোদিত অভিযোগ উত্থাপন করা হচ্ছে বলে অভিযোগ করেছেন আইনমন্ত্রী ব্যারিস্টার শফিক আহমেদ। বুধবার লন্ডন সময় বিকেল ৭টায় সাউথ-ইস্ট লন্ডনের ফ্লডেন রোডে ব্রিটেনের অল পার্টি পার্লামেন্টারি হিউম্যান রাইটস গ্রুপের ভাইস চেয়ার লর্ড অ্যাভিবুরির সঙ্গে এক বৈঠকে আইনমন্ত্রী এ অভিযোগ করেন। একাত্তরের মানবতাবিরোধী অপরাধের সঙ্গে জড়িত যুদ্ধাপরাধীদের বিচার কার্যক্রম শুরু…

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Statement by Lord Avebury, Chairman of the International Bangaldesh Foundation and Co-Chair of the Chittagong Hill Tracts Commission.

On July 27, Lord Avebury received the Law Minister of Bangladesh, Mr Shafiq Ahmed at Flodden Road. They discussed the progress towards implementation of the Chittagong Hill Tracts Accord, which is part of the programme of the AL government and a personal commitment of the Prime Minister, Sheikh Hasina. Lord Avebury drew the Minister’s attention…

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