Nexbis had given 14 inch Lenovo laptops in order to “increase Immigration staff’s interest for the project, and to obtain their cooperation so that Nexbiz could proceed with the project,” the ACC has said.
US State Department representative Nan Kennelly described lauded new anti-trafficking legislation, although a government source has questioned the decision to transfer responsibility to the Ministry of Youth.
“There is no government, and there will be no development a non-existent government could provide for the people of Maldives,” the opposition leader said during campaigning for local elections in Addu City.
“The biggest and most important privilege I had during my term was to introduce the Decentralisation Bill on the party’s behalf and to push and get it through. Because of that we came to have local councils, and that changed this country,” said Hamid.
The new campaign aims to cut operational costs by MVR 50 million in 2014 (US$ 3,242,542).
IGMH’s Deputy CEO Mohamed Habeeb stated that the “access points” and all premises of IGMH will be under the security of the police’s reserve force, adding that he believed this would bring “massive improvement” compared to the level of security currently seen at the hospital.
The Criminal Court has today made a decision to stop accepting cases submitted by the Prosecutor General’s Office and to cease all existing cases, blaming the parliament’s failure to appoint a new Prosecutor General within the legally required period.
Recently confirmed Minister of Home Affairs Umar Naseer speaks to Minivan News about his mandate, his aspirations for his five year term in the cabinet position, and his political career.
The Anti Corruption Commission stated that the availability of the courses in the Maldives was not adequately checked by the Department of Higher Education, whilst one applicant was allowed the opportunity to change their application after the vetting process.