Before the December 30 elections in Bangladesh, senior leaders of the main opposition were arrested and sent to prison. At the same time, cases of political motives have been registered against thousands of activists. In addition to pressuring the press and civil society, international standards of freedom of expression have been violated. Human Rights Watch (HRW) reports that these allegations have been raised.
International human rights organization based in New York HRW Global Report 2011These things were said in Today the report was released on Thursday. The report highlights the human rights situation in different countries around the world. It is said that resistance against dictatorship is strengthening in different parts of the world.
It is said in the Bangladesh section of the report that before the December 30 elections, the country's authorities arrested or arrested senior members of the main opposition parties. Thousands of opposition parties filed a politically motivated lawsuit against press critics and human rights violations of the government violated international standards of freedom of expression by suppressing civil society. In some cases, a case has also been brought against the person hospitalized for serious or dead illness.
The report also said that in July, the ruling party demanded a road for safe roads. Members of the student wing of party members and clubs attacked. The attackers did not hold the opposite of social observations yogayogamadhyame "inciting violence" by police held a number of charges. Photographers Shahidul Alam was arrested. Despite criticizing the international community, he was released for 107 days in prison.
It is also reported that the government passed the Digital Security Act last September. Although the Law of Information and Communication Technologies Law must be identified, the provisions of the old rules are also retained in the new law. At the same time, new rules have been added. Journalists have claimed that the threat of threatening and intimidating the government is still underway.
It is also reported that killings and extrajudicial killings in Bangladesh continue.
Bangladesh was praised for giving shelter to the Rohingya refugees. It is said that the government ensured the human, medical and other services, including safety and well-being of the Rohingyas. However, authorities have not allowed the development of camps and education to temporarily provide shelter to such people. The government planned to transfer a lahing Rohingyas to Bhasanchar after talks over re-enlistment with Myanmar failed. However, there are more flood and tide risks in this pond.
According to HRW, Bangladesh is still one of the top countries in the world in terms of child marriage rates. Although the government is moving ahead with the plan to free the country from child marriage until 2041.
It is also said that the government has taken several measures in recent years, including the formulation of legislation, recognizing the people of the third sex. But gender-based minorities are still under pressure and threatened.