- Title Pages
- Notes on Editors and Contributors
- Technical Notes
- Elections and Electoral Systems in Asia and the Pacific
- Saudi Arabia
- United Arab Emirates
- Myanmar (Burma)
- Sri Lanka
- (p.503) Afghanistan
- Elections in Asia and the Pacific: A Data Handbook
Abdul Wahed Sarabi
- Oxford University Press
Includes all relevant information on national elections and referendums held in Bangladesh since independence in 1971. Part I gives a comprehensive overview of Bangladesh's political history, outlines the evolution of electoral provisions, and presents the current electoral legislation in a standardized manner (suffrage, elected institutions, nomination of candidates, electoral system, organizational context of elections). Part II includes exhaustive electoral statistics in systematic tables (numbers of registered voters, votes cast, the votes for candidates and/or parties in parliamentary and presidential elections and referendums at both the national and regional level, the electoral participation of political parties, the distribution of parliamentary seats, etc.).
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