- Majlis passes to make Quran as a compulsory subject in the school curriculum
- Maldives awarded world’s leading island destination at World Travel Awards 2013
- VP appeals for Police cooperation in providing social security to people
- President makes three new appointments
- Majlis Passes the Bill criminalizing Human Trafficking
- Maldives signs a “Handover Note” with Puntland State of Somalia to send back 40 Somalis to their Homeland
- Govt opens bid for Male’- Hulhumale’ bridge project
- Visit’s main purpose is to stop crimes perpetrated via foreign countries- Home Minister
- We will work in unity and we will make this a successful govt- Shifag
- Special importance will be given to create a capable young team- MD Adam Azim
- China pledges assistance to restore the damages to Dhiffushi School
- President Meets with the IMF Mission Chief to the Maldives
- Countries must be able to work together while maintaining sovereignty and cultural differences- President
Nasheed will face many challenges following CoNI’s report- Gayoom
Former President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom has said that the former President Mohamed Nasheed will face many challenges internationally following the report of the Commission of National Inquiry (CoNI) that has revealed the facts, circumstances and causes of the 7 February transfer of power.
Gayoom made this statement during an interview to VTV following the presentation of CONI’s final report to President Dr. Mohamed Waheed on Thursday. He said that the report has revealed the lies of Nasheed to the international community and has exposed his reality to the world. He said that Nasheed will have to face many challenges from the international community now that his deceptive plots have failed.
Gayoom reiterated that the final report of the commission has proved to the international community the many lies and deceptions of Nasheed regarding the transfer of power.
Gayoom expressed hopes that the report will heal the damages done to the Maldivian economy by the irresponsible statements and lies of former President Nasheed. He said that now the potential foreign investors will realize that the scare techniques of Nasheed were deceptive plots.
Furthermore, Gayoom expressed appreciation and gratitude to the members of the commission for their efforts. He said that he is very happy that the true reality of the circumstances surrounding the transfer of power in Maldives on 7 February 2012 has now been revealed.