- Majlis perceived as the most corrupt institution
- SAARC celebrated its Twenty-ninth Charter Day
- Govt responsible for rising corruption- Study
- STO will be made a profitable company- MD Adam Azim
- Minister Ameen announces 100 day targets for the Transport and Communication sector
- Auditor General refers to prosecute Jihad regarding MVR 300 million loan issue
- Govt Oversight Committee to decide on cabinet approval issue on 23 Dec
- President Yameen Ratifies Anti-Human Trafficking Bill
- Minister at the President’s Office Scheduled to Attend OIC Council of Foreign Ministers Session
- Baros Maldives celebrates its 40th anniversary
- It is a worry if authorities don’t take action against law breakers- Shameem
- Gasim proved his love for the nation in the Presidential election- Ameen
- Many challenges even after catching illegal expats- Immigration
UK Welcomes Progress in the Maldives
UK’s Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt has issued a statement welcoming the Maldives Government’s decision to reform the composition of the Commission of National Inquiry (CoNI), including by accepting an individual nominated by former President Nasheed.
In the statement, issued by the Foreign Office, Mr. Burt said welcomed “this important step forward for Maldives”.
“I hope that both sides will now build on this spirit of compromise and co-operation to ensure that the Commission delivers an independent and credible investigation of the circumstances surrounding the 7 February transfer of power”.
Commenting, State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Ms. Dunya Maumoon, said: “The Government’s decision to seek compromise and a middle ground on the crucial question of the CoNI has been widely welcomed both inside and outside the Maldives. The outcome of the Inquiry will form a vital part of our efforts to bring stablity and to heal divisions”.