January 2014 saw Bangladesh fall into yet another vicious power struggle, with impending elections resulting in sporadic attacks, mass rioting and religiously motivated anarchy. Alongside political unrest, the interjection of fundamentalist Islamic groups has meant an already troubled nation has been left in relative turmoil. VICE News was on the streets of Dhaka in the lead up to the enforced elections, to witness democracy at its most questionable.

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