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"There is no use trying anything. We will try to continue the trial on crime against humanity under any circumstances. If required, as an alternative we will try them under Sharia law."
prime minister
about Jamaat activists recent violent protest against the trial of the war criminals.

"Natural disasters cannot be stopped by destroying the weather forecasting equipment. Similarly, corruption will not end in Bangladesh if the TIB stops functioning."
executive director
Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB)
about some members of parliament's demand to close down TIB

"Tarique has no wealth of his own."
Bangladesh Nationalist Party chairperson
about corruption allegation against her son Tarique Zia.

"Then who will run the country? TIB or civil society? I am asking them again to join the next election and win people's mandate if they want to run the country."
speaker of the parliament
about TIB's report that shows both ruling party and opposition MPs are very corrupt.

"Would his [Mozena's] country sit for a 'love talk' with a force had it attacked their law enforcers?"
agriculture minister
criticising US Ambassador Dan Mozena's call for dialogue with Jamaat-e-Islami.


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