Jatiya Party proposes interim govt, army deployment
Jatiya Party proposed formation of an interim government proportionally with representatives from all the parties that have currently representation in parliament after the announcement of schedule for the 11th national election.
A 25-member Jatiya Party delegation, led by its Chairman and Prime Minister’s special envoy HM Ershad, joined the Election Commission’s dialogue at Nirbachan Bhaban in the city on Monday, reports UNB.
The party placed an eight-point proposal at the meeting held with Chief Election Commissioner KM Nurul Huda in the chair.
The party proposed that the interim government will be formed dissolving parliament and the members of interim cabinet will have to be appointed on the recommendations of political parties’ chiefs.
Jatiya Party also proposed deployment of armed forces throughout the country during the election.