Transparency International (TI) Chairperson
on Sunday asked the government to ensure due process and transparency during anti-corruption drives and trial of the suspects.
She said it was important that due process took place; the prosecution was done in a fair, objective and honest manner. Labelle stressed the need for prosecutors' being free from political influence.
The TI chief was speaking at a press conference at Hotel Sonargaon, concluding her two-day visit to Bangladesh. She also talked about the upcoming elections, transparency in revenue and budget systems, independent functioning of institutions like the Anti-Corruption Commission and the Election Commission.
Labelle also made the point during her meeting with the chief adviser and the Anti-Corruption Commission chairman on Saturday.