The Election Commission (EC) starts dialogue with the registered political parties from today (Tuesday) to collect their views to make the election laws time befitting, reports UNB.
During the dialogue with the political parties, the commission will discuss various issues including delimitation of constituencies, state funding for political parties and constitution process of the commission, use of electronic voting machine (EVM) and also amendment to the Representation of People’s Order (RPO).
Talking to reporters Monday, Election Commissioner M Sohul Hussain said the commission would first hold dialogue with Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) this morning and then with Jatiya Party (JP) in the evening.
He said they are holding consultations with the political parties to amend the existing election laws for strengthening the commission. The dialogue with some 38 registered political parties will be held in phases until July 14.
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