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    The answer to the title’s question is no. Let’s keep in mind that Bangladesh is the eighth most populous country in the world. It is also among the most densely populated, with 170 million people. It is unlikely that it can continue its high-income status development journey under a highly centralised government. Without decentralisation, it will not be possible to provide quality public services, to plan urban centres and boost local economies. Both economic theory and international experience suggest that decentralising governments provide better services, urban development, economic dynamism and accountability.

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