In its efforts to resolve the ongoing political dispute in Bangladesh, the Caretaker government has begun talking to the representatives of major political parties.
On the first day, they met Awami League led 14-party alliance on Monday evening Earlier in the day, a meeting of the council of advisors with Chief Advisor and President Iajuddin Ahmed in the chair formed a four-member committee and tasked it with seeking the political parties' opinions on ways to break the impasse.
The four advisors are Dr Akbar Ali Khan, C M Shafi Sami, Mahbubul Alam and Yasmin Murshid. The 14 party alliance is being led by the General Secretary of Awami League, Abdul Jalil. At the end of the meeting M A Jalil said that they have presented their 11 points demand to the advisors of the Caretaker Government.
The most important of all demands is to reform the Election Commission with the removal of the Chief Election Commissioner and his deputies. The Advisory Committee said that would have more discussions. BNP-led four party alliance will be meeting the Advisory Committee on Tuesday.