Transparency Maldives has published it’s 2014 Majlis review, reporting that 10 bills were passed in 59 sittings of the 18th People’s Majlis. Of the 85 members elected to the expanded parliament in March, only 16 have since had a flawless attendance record.
It is necessary for all police officers to work together to take immediate action in order stop Maldivians joining wars abroad, he told fellow officers at a police function held yesterday.
As the case resumed regarding the legality of the bench assembled to try Nasheed for acts committed while president, his legal team requested that no further appointments be made to the contested bench.
“If the government believes that the case against President Nasheed is serious; if the case has any substance, why would the government appoint Moosa Ali Jaleel as the defence minister?” asked Fahmy.
The Anti-Corruption Commission will investigate corruption allegations regarding the bidding for teacher-training contracts, while the Teachers’ Association continues to express concern over “abrupt” changes within the sector.
Persistent violations have “eroded crucial checks and balances and accountability mechanisms”, said MTU President Fuad Zahir. “All of this is ruining the business confidence and is eroding the guarantees for justice and order”.
Adhaalath Spokesman Sheikh Ali Zahir told Minivan News that the decision was because “no such talks were found to be of use for the time being”, with the party pledging to closely monitor events.
Mandhu College Campus has is contesting allegations that it breached the terms of the Mandhu Learning Centre’s lease after being handed a 15 day eviction notice by the Ministry of Education on January 25.
The report cites the “emergence of vigilante religious groups”, “fundamental flaws” within the judicial system, and the “feared abduction” of Minivan News journalist Ahmed Rilwan as evidence of receding human rights.