The Election Commission said that 44 observers from 12 countries will come to observe the upcoming 12th National Parliament election of Bangladesh. Of which 11 observers are coming from Uganda. This information was informed by the public relations branch of the Election Commission Secretariat on Tuesday.
So far, applications for Bangladesh vote monitoring have come from – 1 person from Australia, 1 person from Italy, 1 person from Ireland, 1 person from Slovakia, 1 person from Britain, 1 person from France, 11 person from Uganda, 2 person from Germany, 1 person from Japan John, 1 Swedish, 12 from News Agency AFP, 1 Indian, 4 from South Asian Forum, 1 from British High Commission, 2 from New Delhi Television. In all, 44 observers have been notified by the EC.
EC Additional Secretary Ashok Kumar Debnath
Earlier, EC Additional Secretary Ashok Kumar Debnath told the media that the foreign observer organizations had requested an extension. Their application recommendations were presented to the Commission. It was approved by the commission. In this regard, the application period for foreign observers and journalists has been extended till December 7. Ashok Kumar also said that so far we have received requests for observers from 12 countries. As an organization, I have received applications from four organizations. They agreed to come to observe the upcoming National Assembly elections.