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Sirajul Islam -The prominent actor of Bangladesh

Sirajul Islam -The prominent actor of Bangladesh

Follow Sirajul Islam, born 15 May 1938 in Hooghly district of West Bengal. During adolescence, he plays on stage, worked through. He began working as a casual...

 
Amalendu Biswas

Amalendu Biswas

Follow Amalendu Biswas (May 9, 1925 October 13, 1987), Bangladeshi actor and director of the Jatra. Life and Family: Amalendu Biswas ancestral home village...

 
Salman Shah

Salman Shah’s death mystery

Follow Celebrated 18 years after the death of actor Salman Shah was not open yet to fake mysticism. Or suicide actor Salman Shah was murdered? Salman fans are...

 
Riaz Uddin Ahamed Siddique

Riaz – The film actor of Bangladesh

Follow Riaz Uddin Ahamed SiddiqueRiaz Uddin Ahamed Siddique; (Date of Birth: October 26, 1972), who was known as the one of the most popular film actor of...

 
Shakib Khan

Shakib Khan

Follow Shakib KhanShakib khan is a popular Bangladeshi Film actor. His original name is Masud Rana. The debut film of Shakib Khan is “Ononto Valobasha...

 
Salman Shah

Salman Shah

Follow Born: Shahriar Chowdhury Emon, 19 September 1971, Sylhet, Bangladesh Died: 6 September 1996 (aged 25) Occupation: Actor, Playback Singer, Years active:...

 
 

The Government is led by the Prime Minister, who selects all the remaining Ministers. It is the central government of Bangladesh. The current Prime Minister is Sheikh Hasina. In Bangladesh the president is elected by the legislature every five years and has normally limited powers.

The parliamentarian system is The 300 members are elected by universal suffrage at least every 5 years. The number of seats in parliament is to be raised to 350, which will be reserved for women in the next parliament. The seats will be allocated to parties in proportion to their overall share of the vote.

At the local government level, the country is divided into divisions, districts, subdistricts (Upazila), unions, and villages. The lowest level of local government representative are Local officials of union council those who are elected at the union level election.

Government of Bangladesh
Bangladesh is a democratic country. This country is made ​​up of government through national elections. National elections are held after five years. Members of Parliament are elected through a national election. Members of Parliament are elected president. More information about Bangladesh Government Government of Bangladesh President’s of Bangladesh Prime Minister’s of Bangladesh Parliament Speaker’s of Bangladesh Deputy Speaker’s of Bangladesh Parliament of Bangladesh