Government Structure

Bangladesh uses a parliamentary democracy system influenced by the British parliamentary system. The Prime Minister, as the head of the cabinet. The President is the constitutional head of state and is election for a 5-year term by the parliament. The constitution changes in 1991 reduced the presidential power to act only on the advice of the Prime Minister. Jatiya Sangsad or National Assembly is the national parliament of Bangladesh. The current parliament of Bangladesh contains 3oo seats including 50 women reserved seats distributed on elected party position in the parliament, the occupants of which are called Members of Parliament or MPs. They are elected by the members of the parliament. The allocation of seats for women was provided by the Fourteenth Constitution Amendment (2004).
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