The European Union will not send an observer to the upcoming eleven parliamentary elections. Today's EU representative, Ranien Terenk, said: "It's not possible to form an observer team in such a short time, so this decision."
At a meeting with the Election Commission on Wednesday afternoon, she said: "But there will be a small group of experts who will monitor the situation during the election period."
Referring to these elections as the main challenge, the representative of the residence said: "The EU wants a fair poll".
Earlier on Tuesday, a parliamentary statement issued by the European Parliament (EP) said parliamentary elections would not be respected in Bangladesh. It says: "The European Parliament will not follow the election process. As a result, they will not comment on the election process or the subsequent results."
Even a member of the EPP was not allowed to follow or comment on these elections (Eleventh Parliamentary Election Campaign).
In a statement, they also said: "If any of our members comment on this, it will in no way be a comment from the European Union or the European Parliament."