Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina has
said that that some of the constitutional provisions, excepting a few sensitive
ones inserted by the ‘unconstitutional regimes’, should be annulled in line
with ‘people’s expectation’.
‘There are many provisions in the constitution that need to
be amended. A proposal in line with the public’s aspirations should be
submitted to the Sangsad,’ the prime minister told the parliament on Wednesday
while addressing its members on the country’s Constitution Day.
The Prime Minister said, adding that the unconstitutional regimes in the past
had amended the constitution many times to increase their power. They had
distorted the constitution time and again to perpetuate their political
Bangladesh ratified its constitution on 4 November, 1972 and
since then the day has been observed as Constitution Day.