Bangladesh's opposition face abuse amid vote-rigging allegations

Opposition candidates and supporters say they were threatened, beaten by government supporters and detained by police.

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    Bangladesh’s governing party banners still hang by the thousands in this Dhaka neighbourhood.

    Opposition candidates and their supporters say they were threatened, beaten by pro-government supporters and often detained by the police when they tried to hang their banners.

     

    Al Jazeera's Charles Stratford reports from Dhaka on how people feel about the elections.


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