The ruling party chose the new leadership for the next three years on Saturday, the second day of its 21st National Council, at the session held at the Institute of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB).
Abdul Matin Khasru proposed Hasina's name as President. The Election Commissioner declared her re-elected as nobody contested.
Jahangir Kabir Nanak proposed Obaidul Quader as General Secretray, which was supported by Md Abdur Rahman, and Quader was also re-elected unopposed.
Councillors of ruling Awami League gathered at the Institute of Engineers on Saturday morning to elect the next committee of the party for three years.
The second day of the party’s two-day national council began at 10:30am.
The 21st triennial national council-2019 of the country’s oldest political party kicked off on Friday. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurated the two-day council.
Some 15,000 councillors and delegates took part in it.