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- Utility services in Raa atoll Dhuvaafaru island handed over to MWSC
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- Some institutions refrain from giving information- ACC
- Govt to decide on unfinished resorts within 100 days
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- SAARC celebrated its Twenty-ninth Charter Day
- Govt responsible for rising corruption- Study
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It won’t be easy for other parties to compete against MDP- Nasheed
Opposition Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP)’s presidential candidate, former President Mohamed Nasheed has said that it would not be easy for other political parties to compete against MDP in the presidential election.
Former President Nasheed made this remark at the press conference held before his departure to UK yesterday morning to lecture regarding the political situation of Maldives in a meeting of the Royal Commonwealth Society.
In view of the recent campaign tour of MDP entitled “Presidential Vows Tour”, Nasheed said that after the campaign trips of MDP to four atolls in the southern region of Maldives it will be impossible for other parties to compete against his party.
Moreover, Nasheed said that peace and stability can only be achieved in the nation only through a democratic presidential election. He added that he believes that the constitution should be amended to hold early election.
Nasheed also stressed that the events of February 7 should be investigated and those who are guilty of the violations of the human rights should be prosecuted and brought to justice.