Yunus names his political party Nagorik Shakti
Published: 2007-02-18 08:20:05.0 BdST Updated: 2007-02-18 08:20:05.0 BdST
Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus Sunday named his political party Nagorik Shakti.Yunus told reporters that his party would contest elections from 300 constituencies. He made the announcement on his way back to Dhaka from Chittagong. Earlier in an open letter, the Nobel laureate sought public views on his decision to enter politics.
Yunus told reporters that his party would contest elections from 300 constituencies.
He made the announcement on his way back to Dhaka from Chittagong.
Earlier in an open letter, the Nobel laureate sought public views on his decision to enter politics.
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