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- Retired Sergeant processed in Addu City was given no differential treatment
- A case of sexual abuse of a minor sent to PG’s Office
- Drug dealer operating in Male’ given life sentence and fined MVR 100,000
- EU urges political parties to act responsibly
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- Adam Mohamed will not be given opportunity to run JSC according to his whims- Ali Waheed
- Threat of terrorism exists in the Maldives- Shiyam
- It is Nasheed who has no shell to seek refuge in- Matheen
- Hearing of case submitted to annul PPM primary election scheduled for today
- Maldivian Airlines to begin flights to China
- MDP calls to immediately cease politically motivated judicial actions against MDP
- Special task force created to combat gang activity
Govt has not decided on the deadline of CoNI’s investigation: Abbas
Press Secretary Abbas Adil Riza has said that the President Dr. Mohamed Waheed has not decided on the deadline of the Commission of National Inquiry (CoNI)’s investigation, on the controversial transfer of power on February 7, despite the commission’s announcement that commission’s report will be delayed from the original deadline which is July 31.
In an interview to Miadhu Daily, Abbas said that the CoNi has informed the government that they will not be able conclude their investigation on July 31, the original deadline proposed by the President.
Speaking to the press, CNI’s Co-Chair retired Singaporean Judge G P Selvam said that the Commission will not be able to conclude the investigation and finish the report on July 31 but the report will be completed by the end of August. He said that although the original date of the commencement of the investigation was on July 1, the commission was able to initiate the investigation on July 17.
CNI’s Co-Chair said that he gives utmost importance to find all evidences and he will not conclude a case only after investigating all the evidences and proofs.
President Dr. Mohamed Waheed said that he will not interfere with any work of the commission and will give every opportunity for the commission to do everything they can to make the investigation impartial and fair.