“Role of Public Interest Litigation in judicial activism of Bangladesh while enforcing fundamental rights”

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2,015 ViewsFundamental rights have been inserted into the Constitution along with effective procedure of enforcement when any violation is made to them by any act or omission of either executive or legislative; which is an independent fundamental right and without which existence of fundamental rights in the Constitution would have been meaningless. If any fundamental […]

Comparative Analysis on the Trial of Genocide in Bangladesh and Cambodia: Through a Legal Lens

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1,519 ViewsAbstract Bangladesh has gone through the worst kind of genocidal atrocities, war crimes, crimes against humanity during its nine months long glorious liberation war in 1971.Cambodia also holds a history of international crimes and violation of human rights which took place between the years 1975 and 1979. In Bangladesh, the International Crimes Tribunal (ICT-BD) […]

Abrupt use of the wide and vague legal word is a considerable reason behind the abuse of law and arbitrary exercise

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1,394 ViewsBangladesh has inherited many of its consisting laws from the British by adoption and some are promulgated after the independence of Bangladesh. But unfortunately, in many of our existing laws, the legal wordings have been used are very technical and vague in sense and these can be used in a very wide horizon. This […]

Article 70 – A Necessary Evil?

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7,526 ViewsArticle 70, an anti-floor-crossing provision, was inserted in the original Constitution of 1972 following the bitter experience of the- then Pakistani regime. ‘Anti-floor-crossing’ denotes voting against one’s own party in the Parliament or resigning from the Parliament in order to take the side of the other party in the house. Thus, Article 70 states […]