Bangladesh's new interim government has unveiled an ambitious agenda of reforms and promised clean general elections as soon as possible.
The administration's new leader, Fakhruddin Ahmed, has promised to clean up the election process, which critics say had irregularities such as a voter list with millions of fake names. Ahmed has not announced a new date for elections, which were originally scheduled for January 22nd.
Foreign Affairs Adviser Iftekhar Ahmed Chowdhury said in a press briefing that the next general election will be arranged within the shortest possible time after creating a level playing field to ensure participation of all political parties.
Amir Khasru has more on the story.