The Parliament of Bangladesh
Examining the role of the opposition MPs and government back benchers in the parliamentary process, Nizam Ahmed provides an insightful guide to the factors that account for the growth, decline and resurgence of the 'new' parliament in Bangladesh. Combining both theory and practice, this worthy contribution will prove its value as both an accessible reference and a revealing read to parliamentarians and parliamentary scholars alike.
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The Development of Parliament in Bangladesh
Parliament in the 1990s
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Democratization in South Asia: Lessons from American Institutions
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