39 (1) Freedom of thought and conscience is guaranteed. govern m ent edu cation al institutions, em bassies and m issions of Bangla desh abroad. It is not suggested that Article 39(2) of the Constitution forbids to prevent imminent lawlessness which will follow from call for hartal. 5. Bangladesh 1972 (reinst. (2.) Constitution of Bangladesh, 1972 Article 102– The amendment has disrupted the constitutional fabric of Article 102 by introducing territorial concept thereby creating difficulties and incongruities. C itizen sh ip . 6. Freedom of thought, conscience and speech are identified as the significant fundamental human rights by article 39 of the Constitution of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. Anwar Hossain Chowdhury vs Bangladesh 41 DLR (AD) 165. Freedom of speech and expressions in Bangladesh Constitution Article 39 of the Constitution is the most important Article for this study as it provides provision for freedom of speech.

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The amendment has created 7 High Court Divisions of mutually exclusive territorial jurisdiction.

Article 39(2)– T h e cap ital. (1) The ca pital of the Republic is Dh ak a. 2011) Page 9 • Source of constitutional authority Preamble • Preamble We, the people of Bangladesh, having proclaimed our independence on the 26th day of March, 1971 and through a historic struggle for national liberation, established the independent, sovereign People's Republic of Bangladesh; The boundaries of th e ca pital shal l be determ ined by law . (1) The citizenship of Banglad esh … (Per Mainur Reza Chowdhury J). Having considered the right to information as the precondition of ensuring civil liberties, the Government of Bangladesh enacted the Right to Information (RTI) Act, 2009. Khondaker Modarresh Elahi vs Government of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh 54 DLR 47.