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Absolute victory, A.League is forming the government for the fourth time in a row

Bangladesh Awami League won the 12th National Parliament election. As a result, the party is going to form the government for the fourth consecutive time.

After voting in 299 constituencies throughout the day on Sunday (January 7), the private results announced by the Election Commission (EC) showed a huge majority of the boat symbol.

EC Secretary Md. Alamgir said at around 3 pm, team-wise results will be officially announced on Monday (January 8).

Polling has been suspended due to the death of a candidate in one of the 300 seats in the Parliament, i.e. Naogaon-2. Among the remaining constituencies, the names of privately elected members of parliament have been announced in all the constituencies except Mymensingh-3. The result of one center was canceled due to irregularities and clashes, so the final result of that seat in Mymensingh was not declared.

According to the announced results, Bangladesh Awami League has won 223 seats out of 298 seats. Independent candidates were elected in 61 constituencies. Jatiya Party got 11 seats. Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal-Jasad, Bangladesh Welfare Party and Bangladesh Workers Party got one seat each.

151 seats in the National Assembly are required to form the government. In this case, the Awami League has won an absolute victory in this election. As a result, the party is forming the government for the fourth consecutive time. In that case, Awami League president Sheikh Hasina is going to become the prime minister for the fourth consecutive time.

Although independent candidates are second in terms of majority in terms of winning seats in the election, Jatiya Party is behind the winning Awami League in terms of party, in that case they are going to play the role of the opposition party in the parliament.

A total of 1,969 candidates contested the election. Among them, 28 political parties have fielded 1,532 candidates. And 437 independent candidates.

In the election, Islami Front Bangladesh, Islami Oikyazot, Krishak Sramik Janata League, Gana Forum, Gano Front, Zaker Party, Jatiya Party, Jatiya Party-JP, Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal-JSAD, Trinamool BNP, National People’s Party, Alternative Dhara Bangladesh, Bangladesh Awami League, Bangladesh Islamic Front, Bangladesh Congress, Bangladesh Kalyan Party, Bangladesh Khilafat Movement, Bangladesh Jatiya Party, Bangladesh Nationalist Movement, Bangladesh Tariqat Federation,Bangladesh National Awami Party (NAP), Bangladesh Nationalist Front-BNF, Bangladesh Muslim League, Bangladesh Supreme Party, Bangladesh Cultural Liberation Alliance, Bangladesh Workers Party, Bangladesh Samyavadi Dal (ML) and Demokrati Party; These 28 parties field candidates.

Among the participating parties, the ruling party Awami League had the most candidates. Their number of candidates was 265. There were 264 candidates for the plow symbol of the national carpet. 135 candidates of Trinamool BNP’s Golden Scale symbol, 122 of National People’s Party’s Mango symbol, 96 of Bangladesh Congress’ Dub symbol and 56 of Bangladesh Nationalist Movement’s (BNM) Anchor symbol contested.

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