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Visiting United Nations assistant secretary general for political affairs Oscar Fernandez-Taranco discussing with the chief election commissioner, Kazi Rakibuddin Ahmad, at the EC secretariat in the city Sunday. – New Age photoVisiting United Nations assistant secretary general for political affairs Oscar Fernandez-Taranco discussing with the chief election commissioner, Kazi Rakibuddin Ahmad, at the EC secretariat in the city Sunday. – New Age photo

Visiting United Nations assistant secretary general for political affairs Oscar Fernandez-Taranco discussing with the chief election commissioner, Kazi Rakibuddin Ahmad, at the EC secretariat in the city Sunday. – New Age photo




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Visiting United Nations assistant secretary general for political affairs Oscar Fernandez-Taranco discussing with the chief election commissioner, Kazi Rakibuddin Ahmad, at the EC secretariat in the city Sunday. – New Age photo
Visiting United Nations assistant secretary general for political affairs Oscar Fernandez-Taranco discussing with the chief election commissioner, Kazi Rakibuddin Ahmad, at the EC secretariat in the city Sunday. – New Age photo Full story
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