The Bangladeshi parliament has amended the strong anti-terrorism law which re-defines "terrorism" and one which allows the judiciary to recognize internet matter as proof. The recently amended law provides for capital punishment for terrorism and seditious activities, depending upon the seriousness of the crime. Reportedly, officials who are well-known with the law said that the new bill, which now awaits regular presidential consent, was also required to overcome few faults predominantly in areas of inter-state cooperation.
Bangladesh Government amends anti-terror law, opposition labels it a 'black law'
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