Maldives National Defense Force (MNDF) has confirmed plans to develop a tourist resort on the island of Thanburudhoo, currently being used by the military for training and recreational purposes, however the plans have raised concerns among local surfers.
A 37 year-old man has been arrested for allegedly raping two teenage girls after forcing them to drink alcohol.
MNDF joint venture company may target tourism industry, however DRP MP Mausoom questions wisdom of government further saturating market.
A criminal complaint was ready for filing in Singapore courts over the illegal oil trade scam when the coup d’etat intervened,” said MDP Spokesperson Hamid Abdul Ghafoor: “Now the old boys are back in power and the money swindling operations are ready to take off again.”
“We are witnessing the presence of mass xenophobia in Maldives. There is a widespread hatred towards foreigners of certain ethnicity. They are not even regarded as human beings,” revealed an immigration officer, at the launch of a series of discussions about sexual harassment and discrimination.
Police had been acting in such a way as to provoke protesters, said Police Integrity Commission President Shahinda Ismail, after stating that she had not authorised a recent PIC statement contending that police had not used excessive force.
Former President Gayoom sued Shafeeg for politically-motivated slander over a book he released in 2010, in which he claimed that 111 Maldivian citizens were held in custody and tortured under Gayoom’s administration.
Private clinics will also be included in the scheme after they agree to a revised price list for health services with the National Social Protection Agency (NSPA).
The Maldives joined several other countries on July 25 to launch Orange Day a global campaign to bring the pandemic of widespread violence against women and girls to people’s attention once every month.