the 71-year-old Sheihk Hasina, took it home, 288 of the country's 300 parliamentary seats during what is reported to have been a record turnout of close to 80 per cent.
But election day was marred by reports of electoral fraud and violence, at least 19 people have lost their lives in clashes around the country.
the victory was completed in walked the twenty parties large oppositionsalliansen Jatiya Oikyafronten out with the demands of re-election. But at a press conference less than a day later noted by outgoing president, KM Nurul Huda, to the re-election is not up to date, reports the Daily Star.
– There is no space for a new national election, he said at a press conference on Monday.71-year-old Sheihk Hasina took home his third victory in a row, the fourth overall in Sunday's elections in Bangladesh. Photo: Indranil Mukherjee/AFP/TT
media reports of pre-filled votes for the ruling Amawiförbundet and on how well voters which journalists have been threatened and been shut out from the polls by election workers from the governing party – the only ones who were allowed to work at the polling stations.
Valkomissionen announced on Sunday that they received complaints of electoral fraud, and that these would be investigated. But at Monday's press conference, dismissed the allegations entirely by the outgoing president.
"It is completely untrue," he said.
the fourth and her third in a row. 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.
Seven of the other seats went to the opposition party BNP-led alliance Jatiya Oikyafronten, three seats went to other parties.