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Opposition parties in parliament, power sharing and contrasts in politics

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The individual or group of individuals (agency/group/corporation) involved in any activity becomes an identifiable entity (subjectivity), argues theorist and intellectual Talal Asad. However, it is sometimes identified in a way that is derogatory to him. A case in point is our opposition (parliamentary) National Party.

The opposition party in Parliament is given such a distasteful term that the term is actually unparliamentary. would surely pass through the sieve of decency, if uttered in Parliament. But in the public sphere, the opposition party has to listen to all such slurs. But in the first parliament, the late leader Zillur Rahman called the rest of the members 'the so-called opposition party'. The pun that the word 'so-called' had then, does not evoke that pun even if it is compared with a four-legged animal.

The definition of political party in Article 152 of the Constitution states: 'Political party includes an association or group of individuals acting under a distinctive name inside or outside Parliament and any association separate from other associations for the purpose of promoting any political opinion or conducting any political activity. Express themselves as.

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