- Unlimited Aasandha services to be announced within hundred days- Ameen
- Dr. Mausoom says he joined Villa group to serve Gasim
- We will always be watchful of the Airport- National Movement
- Airport will not be leased to any foreign party
- Chinese investors shows interest to invest in Maldives
- Goal is to make Islamic Ministry an establishment which sends a progressive message- Dr. Shaheem
- Maldives cherishes Russian advocacy on respect for sovereignty and self-determination – President
- We are getting green signals to be granted financial aid- Adheeb
- Actions speaks louder than words- CP Waheed
- 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
Intn’l community cannot stop their work until constitutional govt is established in Maldives – MDP
Opposition Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP) has stated that the view point taken by the international community regarding the political situation of Maldives can only change when a constitutional government is established.
MDP spokesman Imthiyaz Fahmy said that despite the government thinking that the international community has changed their opinion regarding Maldives, the international community will not stop their work for democracy until a constitutional government is established.
“Up until peace and stability are not established; a constitutional government is not elected through an early election; and violation of human rights continues in the country, the international community will not stop their work to establish democracy and human rights in Maldives,” he said noting that Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group (CMAG) has not yet decided to remove Maldives in the agenda of CMAG.
Meanwhile, President Dr. Mohamed Waheed said that Maldives should be removed from the CMAG agenda since the CoNI has now completed its investigation and the investigation had ruled that the power transfer had been constitutional.
The President expressed confidence that CMAG will remove Maldives from its mandate soon. He said that the government has presented the CMAG with clear report on the situation and requested to remove the country from their mandate.
CMAG had placed Maldives in its agenda following the questions raised by the opposition with regard to the transfer of power on February 7. CMAG had also warned strict measures against the Maldives which had pressured the government to reconstitute the CoNI with representation of Nasheed and international partners.