- Vice President calls for greater private sector engagement for effective health care delivery
- An individual suspected of being involved in large scale drug trafficking arrested
- President highlights bilateral cooperation between Maldives and Japan
- Shifag underscores importance of strengthening JP to achieve international success
- We will make our services agreeable for the people – Islamic Minister
- Kidney diseases and cancer treatments to be provided from the islands- Dr. Shakeela
- Child Support Trust Account to be established
- OPD duty at IGMH for all specialties to be harmonized
- Government Proposes Amendments to Three Revenue Bills
- Defence Minister returns to Male’ after concluding official visit to India
- Former President Waheed returns home to a warm welcome
- Trilateral security group of India, Maldives and Sri Lanka to be expanded
- No nepotism in JP- Imad
It is not healthy for coalition partners to fight among themselves- DQP
Dhivehi Qaumee Party (DQP) has stated that it is not healthy for government coalition parties to fight among themselves when the opposition parties will be looking daily for evidence of splits and divisions within the coalition.
DQP said that the present government is a national unity government established by the coalition formed by many parties who got together after President Mohamed Nasheed’s resignation. The party said that it is upon the coalition partners to co-operate among themselves and also struggle to maintain harmony within the coalition up until the end of the current presidency.
“The coalition should work together to make and implement policies to solve the economic and financial challengers faced by the nation. The coalition should work together to solve the challenges within the health sector,” DQP stated.
DQP noted that it is not wise to fight one another in this time of dire need for unity and harmony. The party noted that it is very saddening that some partners of the coalition have been speaking against the national unity government in some of the media.
“It is not something that should be apparent from those representing the government coalition. The coalition partners of the government should not be those who accuse one another of treachery and busy themselves in scoffing at one another disregarding the importance of harmony and unity within the coalition,” DQP said.