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- ILO Country Director pays courtesy call on President Waheed
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February 6 and 7 are unforgettable days in the history of Maldives- Nazim
Opposition Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP)’s Parliamentary member Mohamed Nazim has said that February 6 and 7 of 2012 are unforgettable days in the history of Maldives although some people are trying to erase those days by speaking of the events of February 8.
Madaveli constituency MP, Mohamed Nazim said that those who speak of the events of February 8 and try to cover up the events of February 6 and 7 should ask themselves whether it was the members of MDP who attacked the Military Headquarters of Maldives.
Nazim said that all should thank Allah for safeguarding this country despite the violence, the oppression and human rights violation against the people on February 8. He said that the people are now aware of the state of the countries where the governments are toppled through coups. He said that peace terms can be reached only for the orders of a legitimate government which is democratically elected by the people.
He said that it will be rather difficult to be peaceful when the call to peace is coming from a people who toppled the legitimate democratically elected government after causing havoc in the country.
Nazim said that the Maldives has not seen violence as worse as what was witnessed on February 8. He said that the majority of the people will vouch that the violence against the people on that day are unjust and are human rights violations.