the day of the Election in Bangladesh was bloody: at 16 local time, had ten people killed. Three people have been shot dead by the police while six others were killed in clashes between supporters of the ruling party, the respective opposition, reports the AFP news agency. A polisanställd has been killed by activists who sympathize with the opposition, says the country's authorities.
Police say one of the men who was shot attacked a polling station in Bashkhali in the southern parts of the country, and that the agency therefore acted in self-defense. A supporter of the ruling party, died after he was punched in the head by the opposition supporters in the southeastern district of Rangamati.
" He died on the way to hospital, said local police chief Najibul Islam to the AFP.
08 o'clock on Sunday morning in the south asian country. According to an initial report from Reuters seems to turnout to be low. A valkommissionär, Mahbub Talukdar, told the news agency that he had received complaints about the observers from opposition parties have been kept away from the polling stations.
Bangladeshi prime minister Sheik Hasina says to be sure of a win after a campaign that was marked by unrest and violence. At least six partifunktionärer have been killed, more than 8,000 opinionspolitiker and activists have been arrested and even more have been injured. Leader of the opposition Khaleda Zia of the nationalist party BNP has also been sentenced to imprisonment in a judgment which she says is politically motivated.
Sheikh Hasinas party Awamiförbundet has ruled the country for almost ten years. During the period, the economy has been greatly developed, while some democratic freedoms and rights have been curtailed.
Violence and fuskanklagelser faced with the choice