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Bangladesh, Government

parliamentary form of government, presidential form of government, parliamentary democracy, constitutional amendments, new amendments

Since the nationís formation in 1971, the government of Bangladesh has undergone many changes. A democratic, parliamentary form of government was established by the 1972 constitution, but constitutional amendments in 1975 set up a presidential form of government. Bangladesh again became a parliamentary democracy in 1991 after voters approved new amendments to the 1972 constitution to abolish the near-absolute powers of the presidency.

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