Continuation of Power: A Necessity for Developing Country Like Bangladesh

Developing Country Like Bangladesh
Developing Country Like Bangladesh

The idea of power is solely based upon what occurs within our observed world. Power is simply governance and power within the country provides a total structure, characteristics and overview. The governance of a power within a nation’s boundary, if aimed for the betterment of the nation, will seek to develop the totality of it. The democratic reforms changed the way powers worked. “Of, by and for the people” were the new labels provided to powers. This is how we come to the scene where the necessity of the continuation of power for the success of a country is observed. By allowing a particular regime to establish themselves by providing them with ample time, they are able to successively implement and maintain their— Domestic and Foreign Policies and Development Activities.

Countries like China, Lybia, Russia, Malaysia have achieved sheer success through continuation of power. The Communist Party of China (CPC) comes to the scene after 1949 and are still in power and reformed the situation of the country. Now china is the second largest economy of the world and also the fifth largest exporter and third largest importer of commercial services. In Malaysia Barisan Nasional dominated for over 30 years and contributed the advancement of education, infrastructure, and privatization of government enterprises, initiating very bold infrastructure projects, decentralization, the development of its foreign policies as well as human development policies and opening doors to promote tourism.

Bangladesh now is a developing country, swiftly progressing through the rifts of its very recent birth in 1971 and marking its place on the global arena. Current government were selected twice by the people of Bangladesh and is in power for last 10 years with the vision 2021 for the betterment of our country. During the regimes of the caretaker government from 20016-2008, a decreasing GDP growth was seemingly observed. The regime of the present government, Awami League, from 2009-present, gives a notation of the highest GDP of 7.28% being recorded in the times of 2016-17. Current government also achieved a capacity to generate 15379MW in 2016 and adopted six key infrastructure projects. As digitalization of Bangladesh, the government has already developed Jessore as First Digital District in Bangladesh. Though Access to Information Project 8.5 million students are now learning from multimedia contents developed by 100,000 teachers throughout the country.

In September 2015, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina received the highest environmental accolade of the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP), the Champions of the Earth award, in recognition of Bangladesh’s far-reaching initiatives in addressing problems induced by climate change under herleadership. Bangladesh has graduated from the status of lower income country to that of lower-middle income country in 2015, according to World Bank. Sheikh Hasina ranked 3rd most honest global leader according to “People’s and Politics.

So, it can be said that continuation of power is a key for a sustainable development of a country especially for a country like Bangladesh. We may consider the projects as an unfinished task under current regime. Once and if the regime changes, the long-term plans and propaganda cannot commence to its full potentials. The government’s numerous development and welfare projects will be unfinished. Continuation of power is necessary in this regard of public welfare as well as national betterment that the present regime has progressed through the past nine years. Moreover, there is no strong opposition party right now, who can take this progress in future if elected. Present government is focusing on young leadership which is a key for further process and make these welfares fulfilled. we cannot overlook how the regime has contributed and is contributing for the goals of our nation that will provide a long-term benefit for all of its people and national elements.

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