This comes in line with the previous statements of CEC and ruling alliance that there will be no delay in announcing the schedule.
Meanwhile, all the opposition parties and alliances have demanded to hold the general election under a nonpartisan government and dissolution of the parliament ahead of it.
However, ruling party Awami League has repeatedly asserted that it will keep to the constitution – meaning that the election will be held under its government.
Apart from this major issue, there are several other major demands, like the release of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia from jail and use of electronic voting.
Also, the opposition parties have been accusing the Election Commission of subservience to the government and walking the path as instructed to it.
Apart from this, the ruling party held talks with the Jatiya Oikyafront in the first round of dialogue that was on November 1. And today, the second round of talks with the ruling alliance, with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in the chair, was held in Gonobhaban.
Besides, Awami League has held talks with Jatiya Party and BikalpaDhara-led alliance Juktofront, Islamic Democratic Alliance and Left Democratic Alliance.