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Constitutional Challenge to the State Religion Status of Islam in Bangladesh: Back to Square One?

–Ridwanul Hoque, Professor of Law, Dhaka University On March 28, the High Court Division of the Bangladesh Supreme Court summarily dismissed a 28 year-old constitutional petition challenging Islam as the state religion. The court said that the petitioners lacked standing to litigate, but it did not hold any hearing at all.[1] Things, however, are not as

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Published on May 27, 2016
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