As the caretaker government has failed to find a solution to effect crucial reforms to the Election Commission , Bangladesh’s political scenario is quickly taking a serious turn .
Even after an emergency meeting of the Council of Advisers with President-cum-caretaker government chief Iajuddin Ahmed on Saturday, the interim administration looked indecisive on the removal of Chief Election Commissioner, Justice M.A. Aziz, and his aides.
The president met 10 advisers entrusted with finding a solution to the political crisis, and their talks resumed again later in the day. "We hope to be able to give you something concrete and good soon, maybe after tonight's meeting," Mahbubul Alam, adviser in charge of the information ministry, told reporters.
Khaleda also went to see the president, who heads the caretaker government organizing the election, later on Saturday, party officials said.