EC Vice President Ahmed Fayaz also expressed concern that hundreds of inmates will have their identity cards expire prior to voting day, stating that the only viable solution was for the concerned state authorities to act in the meantime.
Addu City Mayor Abdulla Sodig has said that having received complaints about Special Operations (SO) Officers allegedly forcing their way into homes to conduct searches without uniforms or identification, it was increasingly difficult for the public to verify real police in the city.
The High Court today concluded hearing witness statements in the trial of Deputy Speaker of Parliament Ahmed Nazim on charges of corruption, ahead of delivering a final verdict at a later date.
The MDP proposes in its sixth “mini-manifesto” to introduce an education fund, provide student loans with long-term repayment schemes, open new universities, colleges and institutes with campuses across the country, and conduct skills training programmes.
Following the signing of the agreement in Male on June 9 with a delegation from Kaosiung, the Maldives’ Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement reaffirming its “commitment and support to China’s national unity and to the one-China Policy.”
“For the last two or three months there have been no fights because of football. It’s a good way to compete and Maamendhoo is very peaceful as a result,” noted the Island Council President.
EC President Fuad Thaufeeq told Minivan News that the commission’s work amending the voter registry had so far gone “better than expected”, with all submissions received from the public amended
Speaking at a campaign rally on the island, Waheed conceded that several family members including those residing on the island no longer spoke with him after the controversial transfer of power on February 7, 2012.
The new injunction issued by Civil Court orders the state’s judicial watchdog to not take any action against Chief Judge of High Court Ahmed Shareef.