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"Mr President, tragically for the people of Bangladesh, recent barbaric murders remind us of the country’s lengthy history of political instability and wanton violence. While we must do our utmost not to meddle in the affairs of sovereign nations, we have a responsibility to condemn violence while encouraging and fostering political dialogue. To this end, the only viable way for Bangladesh to get itself back on track is for the country’s leading political parties to show real leadership to get the country out of this impasse. One cannot ignore the toxic effect of the ruling coalition’s blatant electoral manoeuvring in the run up to the previous elections. It created a climate of great institutional mistrust and has only added fuel to the fire of violence that we are witnessing now. On the other hand, the opposition would do well to distance itself from extremist groups, developing real policies for their countries instead. Ultimately, the only way to guarantee a fresh start for Bangladesh and its people is for new elections to be called under a caretaker government as soon as possible."@en1
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