There is no denying that man is a social living thing; no one person to live a full life without the participation of others. Man, because it is the only creature talented with rational speech, is the only entity able to communicate truth, justice, and goodness to his fellows. As Aristotle says, “Nature does nothing in vain; and man alone among the animals has speech. . . . Speech serves to reveal the advantageous and the harmful, and hence also the just and the unjust.” A book on Government, Politics, and Election Laws in Bangladesh: is theory of Government and politics in Bangladesh. It is an attempt to develop a positive theory of Government explaining and observed pattern of government for the democratic countries. Government of Bangladesh takes place in a framework of a democratic republic whereby the Prime Minister is the head of government, and of a multi-party system. Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in both the government and parliament. The Constitution of Bangladesh was written in 1972 and has undergone Fifteen amendments, embodied the democratic yearnings of the long struggle for independence and guaranteed human rights.