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Jul-15-1973
The Constitution (First Amendment) Act 1973 was passed making prosecution and punishment of any person accused of 'genocide, crimes against humanity or war crimes and other crimes under international law' allowed.
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Sep-22-1973
The Constitution (Second Amendment) Act 1973 was passed allowing suspension of some fundamental rights of citizens in an emergency.
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Nov-28-1974
The Constitution (Third Amendment) Act 1974 was passed with a view to giving effect to an agreement between Bangladesh and India in respect of exchange of certain enclaves and fixation of boundary lines between India and Bangladesh.
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Apr-06-1979
The Constitution (Fifth Amendment) Act 1979 was passed which provided that all amendments, additions, modifications, substitutions and omissions made in the constitution during the period between 15 August 1975 and 9 April 1979 (both days inclusive) by any Proclamation or Proclamation Order of the Martial Law Authorities had been validly made and would not be called in question in or before any court or tribunal or authority on any ground whatsoever.
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Nov-11-1986
The Constitution (Seventh Amendment) Act 1986 was passed which provided that all proclamations, proclamation orders, Chief Martial Law Administrator's Orders, Martial Law Regulations, Martial Law Orders, Martial Law Instructions, ordinances and other laws made during the period between 24 March 1982 and 11 November 1986 (both days inclusive) had been validly made and would not be called in question in or before any court or tribunal or authority on any ground whatsoever.
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Mai-16-2004
The Constitution (Fourteenth Amendment) Act 2004 was passed to reserve 45 seats for female MPs.
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Jun-30-2011
Bangladesh Parliament rewrote the constitution and rescinded a 15-year-old requirement that general elections be overseen by nonpartisan caretaker governments, a move the opposition says could allow incumbents to rig the votes.
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