Saturday, November 26, 2011

Fourth Amendment Constitution Bangladesh

Constitutional 4th Amendment

4th Amendment Bill-By that amendment Bangladesh turned into presidential form of government from parliamentary form of govt. It was accepted on 25th January 1975 for facing a severe challenge of worst political and economic situation. Salient feature bellow-

a autocratic method in position of a combined arrangement was introduced; the powers of the jatiya sangsad were condensed; the judges misplaced a great deal of its freedom; the supreme court was underprivileged of its command above the fortification and enforcement of basic rights.

This Act (i) amended articles 11, 66, 67, 72, 74, 76, 80, 88, 95, 98, 109, 116, 117, 119, 122, 123, 141A, 147 and 148 of the foundation; (ii) substituted Articles 44, 70, 102, 115 and 124 of the establishment; (iii) amended part III of the formation out of continuation;

(iv) misrepresented the Third and Fourth agenda; (v) unmitigated the tenure of the first Jatiya Sangsad; (vi) completed particular necessities involving to the place of work of the president and its serving; (vii) inserted a original part, ie part VIA in the constitution and (viii) inserted articles 73A and 116A in the establishment.

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