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DHAKA, Dec. 22 (Xinhua) -- Political unrest is ramping up in Bangladesh, casting a shadow over the prospects for the impoverished South Asian country that has barely recovered from the aftermath of a series of man-made and natural disasters.
In a fresh step to derail the country's upcoming general election, the opposition parties called yet another four-day nationwide transport blockade from Saturday, demanding an interim non-party caretaker government to oversee the 10th parliamentary polls slated for Jan. 5.
It came just hours before the conclusion of a forth round of 72- hour blockade by the main opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) and its allies, which was enforced amid violent clashes nike air max 97 australia , arson and bomb explosions in capital Dhaka and elsewhere in the country.
In reaction, the Election Commission has decided to deploy army troops across the country for 15 days starting from Dec. 26, as part of the efforts to ensure the election is held as scheduled.
While declining to give the exact number of troops to be deployed, Chief Election Commissioner Kazi Rakibuddin Ahmad said in some places with worsened law and order situation, the military deployment will likely exist for an even longer period.
The moves came amid mounting tension in the country with the opposition and a former key ruling party ally boycotting the parliamentary polls whereas the government insisting the vote will go ahead as planned.
United Nations has failed to yield outcome to end the political crisis, which is believed to be the worst in the country in decades.
UN Assistant Secretary General Oscar Fernandez-Taranco on Dec. 11 wrapped up his six-day Bangladesh visit with merely the hope that the "two major parties will continue discussions."
On Dec. 12 nike air max 97 ultra australia , imprisoned Jamaat leader Abdul Quader Mollah was hanged, the first war crimes execution in Bangladesh. Meanwhile, about a dozen leaders of both BNP and Jamaat are facing trials for allegedly collaborating with the Pakistani forces in 1971 to prevent an independent Bangladesh.
In protest against Molla's execution, Jamaat launched a countrywide dawn-to-dusk general strike on Dec. 15. And just a day after the general strike, on Dec. 16, Bangladesh's Victory Day nike air max 97 undefeated australia , BNP also announced a three-day non-stop road, rail and waterway blockade in the country starting from Dec. 17.
Mollah was one of a few Islamists or other politicians sentenced to death by the domestic court known as the International Crimes Tribunal, which the opposition says is aimed at eradicating its leaders.
The sentences have triggered riots and plunged the country into its worst violence since independence. Over 200 people have reportedly been killed in street protests since January when the first verdicts were handed down.
TAKING TOLL ON ECONOMY
Rolling strikes and blockades are taking a toll on the Bangladeshi economy, which is crippled as industries have been shuttered and transport halted across the country during months of unrest.
"The policy-induced macro-economic challenges loom large on the maintenance of decadal average growth rate of 6 percent in the current year," Rashed Al Mahmud Titumir, chairman of Unnayan Onneshan nike air presto pink australia , a think tank, told Xinhua.
"The continuation of progress, despite all odds, in poverty reduction, education, health and other sectors is contingent upon sustenance of growth in national output. The inability of finding a mechanism of overseeing the election for transfer of power and other political contestations has bearing on the necessary conditions for the economy and the social sectors to progress nike air presto high australia ," he said.
Rashed, who teaches Development Studies in Dhaka University, added the lack of farsightedness and creativity in policy making has exposed the Bangladeshi economy in recent times to several risks, which have substantially altered the favorable conditions prevailing in the economy and in the society.
Political unrest aside, a handful of man-made and natural disasters has already dealt heavy blow at Bangladesh and its people. In the worst of them, over 1 nike air presto ultra flyknit australia ,100 people were killed and hundreds of others injured when a garment-factory complex crumbled into a cement grave in April on the outskirts of capital Dhaka.
Before the recovery of wounds from the tragedy, dozens of people were killed in bloody clashes between Islamists demanding a stricter blasphemy law and the country's law enforcers in May.
Analysts worry the country would derail from its growth path unless political uncertainties fade away right now instead of later.
Without a widely accepted government formed on free and fair elections, the analysts said, it is hard to see Bangladesh, situated by the Bay of Bengal and vulnerable to natural disasters, on the right track.
Mustafizur Rahman nike air presto womens australia , executive director of the Center for Policy Dialogue (CPD), a leading think tank in the country, told Xinhua " the ongoing political unrest has already cast a shadow over Bangladesh's entire economy."
He said almost all sections including consumers, producers, investors and exporters are feeling the pinch of political unrest. If such a situation persists, he went on nike air presto mens australia , the country will face big trouble in maintaining macro-economic stability that is urgently needed to achieve its development targets.
Daunted analysts, including those with the Unnayan Onneshan, have increasingly become pessimistic about the country's economic outlook, projecting an annual rate of below 6 percent for the present fiscal year (July 2013-June 2014), as against a target of 7.5 percent set by the government.
Defying the strikes and blockades by the opposition and its allies, thousands of Bangladesh businessmen nike air presto blue australia , led by Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI), the country' s top trade body, staged white flag rallies across the country on Dec. 15 c
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