Crackdown that threatens democracy

BNP party supporters protesting at a rally against the government in Dhaka, Bangladesh. — ©️2023 The New York Times Company

BANGLADESH’s multiparty democracy is being methodically strangled in crowded courtrooms across the country of 170 million people.

Nearly every day, thousands of leaders, members and supporters of opposition parties stand before a judge.

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