“Zia, the first military ruler of bangladesh, ruled the country until May 1981. Zia was popular among the soldier and the masses due to this courageous role in the freedom moviment in 1971. Initially, he showed little interest in politics like other military rules of the third world and stated, “I am not a politican”, in his fist address to the nation, but gradually turned himself into a shrewd politican by adopting strategies commonly followed by most military in Afro-Asian Countries. After obtaining the presidency from Sayem by undemocratic means ans consolidating his position, Zia made several constitutional changes. As he had a “remarkable talent of feeling the pulse of the people”, he was aware of the unpopularity of several changes that were undemocratically made by the Mujib government and took the oportunity to alter them. His first reform was reconceptualised “socialism”. ….. Socialism was redifined as “economic and social justice”.
Esse trecho você encontra na página 57 do livro Electoral Corruption in Bangladesh de Muhammad Akhter. Como você pode imaginar as etapas seguintes do regime revolucionário envolveu a construção de um programa para o desenvolvimento social, captura da burocracia para atender os seus objetivos políticos e tolerar a corrupção dentro de seu governo. Previsível, não?
De uma forma ou outra, corrupção política e burocrática andam juntas….