Special Assistants to the Chief Adviser: Do their appointments meet the provisions of the Constitution?

by Priyo Australia | January 28, 2008 11:33 pm

There has been a debate on the constitutional legality of appointment of Special Assistants to the Chief Adviser with the rank and status of the State Minister giving responsibilities of some ministries of the government.

There are two sides of the argument: one side argues in favour of it and views no illegality in their appointments, while the other side argues that such appointment violates the provisions of the Constitution and therefore untenable in law.

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  1. more here: http://www.priyobangladesh.com/Politics/Bangladesh-Politics/11417.html

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