LAHORE -- Awami League chief Shiekh Rasheed has said economic disaster is likely to come within 10 to weeks.
What does AL stand for?
AL stands for Awami League (Bangladesh)
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- Attoliter (10 E^-18, one quintillionth)
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- Aluminum Electrolytic (capacitor)
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Byline: Nicole Naurath Synopsis: Despite a landslide victory by the secular Awami League in the December 2008 election, Bangladeshis remain strongly religious in their personal lives, showing a movement toward separation of religion and politics.
According to preliminary results from the Election Commission, the Awami League alliance will win 258 seats of 294 seats with unofficial results declared so far.
The Awami League held the Jatiya Party responsible for the split, saying they had agreed to accept 41 seats in the 300-seat parliament against their initial demand for 47 during talks between Hasina and Ershad earlier yesterday but eventually came up with the unilateral announcement disassociating them from the alliance.
Ex-finance minister Shah Mohammad Kibria had just finished giving a speech at Thursday's rally of the Awami League in Habiganj district, 75 miles north-east of capital Dhaka, when the attack took place, killing him and four other people.
Sylhet's Mayor Badruddin Ahmed Kamran - an Awami League leader - denied they were involved, claiming: "The government is using the violence to crack down on the opposition.