Bangladesh's public life in 2006 was dominated by furious jockeying for political advantage in the face of upcoming elections slated for January 2007. As the year unfolded, the ““politics of the street”” increasingly supplanted the country's fragile democratic institutions. By year's end, political tumult posed a serious threat to the future of Bangladeshi democracy.

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