Along with development, ensuring good governance will be the main challenge of the new cabinet. Analysts say that the new government should show more efficiency in managing the country after overcoming the weaknesses of the past. Experts also advise the government to be more vigilant to keep the country on the right track, including market regulation and anti-corruption.
In addition to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, the cabinet of the new government includes 25 ministers and 11 state ministers. Many of whom have experience in managing ministries.
Analysts believe that the Awami League government will have to face several obstacles in implementing the challenge of creating a smart Bangladesh from digital. Cabinet officials will have to give extra effort to restore the economy with energy shortage, dollar crisis, market control, human rights guarantee.
Executive Director of Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB). Iftekharuzzaman said, ‘In any case, an accountable government must be formed. Government parties’ commitment to ensure good governance, which the Prime Minister said is to learn from past mistakes. It remains to be seen whether the new government will learn from any mistakes.’
The experts also advise the government to be more careful to keep the country on the right track by overcoming the geopolitics around the Indo-Pacific, Western conditions on labor issues, anti-corruption, political unrest.
Analysts say that despite visible improvement in the country in 15 years, income inequality has increased. The success of the new government will depend on how efficiently it can address the deficit areas.