The Ministry of Law and Gender has stated that it is currently working on providing clean water to the Centre for People with Special Needs based in Guraidhoo through the local water supply plant.
The Economic Council said the state wholesaler will move out of retail business and focus solely on importing fuel, food staples, and pharmaceuticals to encourage private businesses.
Both the tourism minister and president’s office spokesman are reported to have accused the Maldivian Democratic Party of being behind last weekend’s attacks, prompting angry responses from the opposition party.
“Reactions from parliamentarians of both Jumhooree Party and Progressive Party of Maldives were positive to my recommendations,” Umar Naseer told Minivan News today.
“I am standing up for justice, and to a host of illegal administrative procedures and processes that have been used to harass me, deprive me of campaigning for my seat and physical harm for which I am now getting treatment,” Hamid said.
The Human Rights Commission has called upon the government to implement immediate measures to resolve longstanding issues regarding the safety of water at the Maldives’ only mental health facility in Guraidhoo.
Military housing and welfare is a top priority, Nazim said revealing plans to commercialise UTF naval base services and MNDF’s electrical and mechanical engineering services to generate welfare funds.
The IPU were told about a lack of thorough investigations of recent cases, perpetrators not facing trial, the failure of law enforcement, and the creation of a culture of intimidation in the Maldives.
The Finance Ministry has cut back on planned development projects and reduced recurrent expenditure by 20 percent while assuring that wages and allowances will not be affected.