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MP's comment on NGO's freedom of speech

We are shocked at the implications of a comment by Suranjit Sengupta that NGOs do not have the right to freedom of speech and the precedence it sets. Our bafflement at the Foreign Donations Regulation Act, 2016 continues to grow at the MP's comment. Bangladesh Daily Star, 5 days ago

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Suranjit slates critics of NGO law

Lawmaker Suranjit Sengupta has slated critics of the recently passed law aimed at cancelling the registration of NGOs for 'malicious' statements on any constitutional body or for making subversive remarks. "NGOs don't have rights the media enjoy.
 Bdnews24.com1 week ago
Daily Observer

AL forms boards for national, local elections

The ruling Awami League formed its new Parliamentary Board and Local Government Nomination Board on the second and final day of the party's two-day national council at the Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh yesterday. The party formed the ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star4 days ago AL forms new Parliamentary Board, Local Govt Nomination Board  Bangladesh Daily Star4 days ago AL forms new Parliamentary Board  Daily Observer4 days ago AL new Parliamentary Board & Local Govt Nomination Board formed  Daily Observer4 days ago
Human Rights Watch

Concerns raised over new Bangladesh NGO law

A new Bangladesh law regulating the work of foreign funded non-governmental organisations (NGOs) is intended to "intimidate" groups critical of the government, the head of a prominent anti-corruption watchdog has told Al Jazeera. The Foreign ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 week ago Bangladesh: New Law Will Choke Civil Society  Human Rights Watch1 week ago Concern in Bangladesh over NGO regulation bill  UCAN India1 week ago

NGOs can't have right to freedom of expression

Chief of a parliamentary standing committee has claimed that non-government organisations (NGOs) cannot have the right to freedom of expression as mentioned in the country's constitution. Freedom of expression and freedom of thinking are only for ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago

Bangladesh - Parliament passes Foreign Donations Regulation Bill to deregister NGOs commenting against authorities

the Parliament of Bangladesh passed the Foreign Donations (Voluntary Activities) Regulation Bill 2016. This bill will further restrict the space for human rights NGOs in Bangladesh. According to the bill, any foreign funded NGO which engages in ...
 Front Line Defenders2 weeks ago News Analysis: Gagging law to hurt democracy  Bangladesh Daily Star2 weeks ago JS passes Foreign Donations (Voluntary Activities) Regulation Bill, 2016  Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha3 weeks ago

NGOs in business in Bangladesh to lose licence for 'malicious' comments on constitutional bodies

Parliament has passed a bill with a provision to cancel registration of NGOs for 'malicious' statements on any constitutional bodies or subversive remarks. The provision is included in the Foreign Donations (Voluntary Activities) Regulation Bill, ...
 Bdnews24.com3 weeks ago NGOs to lose registration for slur  Bdnews24.com3 weeks ago

JS body discusses EPZ Labour Bill

DHAKA, Sept 29, 2016 (BSS) - Parliamentary standing committee on Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs in its 32nd meeting today has discussed thoroughly Bangladesh EPZ Labour Bill, 2016. Chaired by Suranjit Sengupta, the meeting was ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha4 weeks ago

12th Parliament session starts

The 12th session of the 10th Parliament has started with speaker Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury in the chair. The session will continue until Oct 10. The session began at 5pm on Sunday after a meeting of the Business Advisory Committee that decided the ...
 Bdnews24.com1 month ago JS session to continue till Oct 10  Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha1 month ago

Breach of oath was not intentional, says Minister Mozammel on SC verdict

Minister AKM Mozammel Huq, convicted of contempt by the Supreme Court, says what he did was 'not intentional.' "I may have violated my oath of office to defend the Constitution, but I did not do it intentionally," was how the Liberation War affairs ...
 Bdnews24.com1 month ago
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