Union (EU) election observation mission chief yesterday
urged the political parties to refrain from making 'unsubstantiated'
allegations against the election administration as it might harm the polls
hoped that the parties would participate in the upcoming parliamentary election
with a 'positive attitude' and accept the poll results.
was giving a talk at Dhaka Reporters Unity following a meeting with the chief
someone makes an allegation, it has to be substantiated with documents.
Unsubstantiated allegations will not serve interest of the people, ” the EU cheif
observer said in reply to a question about BNP's allegation of 'conspiracy' by
the election administration.
said he is convinced that the EC is working sincerely to have everything in
order. It faces huge workload as it is taking preparations for both national
and upazila elections.
hailed lifting of the state of emergency and said deployment of army to help
ensure a congenial atmosphere for polls is a constructive effort that does not
contradict international norms.