“The party severely condemns foreign minister Dunya Maumoon for intentionally providing false information about Maldives and its diplomatic relations with other countries,” read a Maldivian Democratic Party statement.
India has move to correct a statement given to the People’s Majlis last week by Foreign Minister Dunya Maumoon suggesting it had talked about participating in the new trade route during President Xi’s visit to New Delhi in September.
At a press conference last week, Naseer compared Rilwan’s disappearance to JFK’s assassination and downplayed the gravity of anonymous death threats sent to journalists and politicians.
Comparing Rilwan’s disappearance with the killing of American President John F. Kennedy, Home Minister Umar today said, “not all crimes in the world are solvable.”
“The exit permit issue has been suspended from today onwards. We will consider and address every single complaint received and look at the regulation from several perspectives before re-implementing,” explained a department official.
An agreement was signed today between Russia and Maldives for cooperation in criminal matters at a ceremony at Traders Hotel.
Presenting the 90-page draft legislation at yesterday’s sitting of parliament, PPM MP Saudhulla Hilmy explained that law would establish a legal framework and set safety standards through the ‘Maldives Building and Construction Authority.’
The Civil Court has ordered the Maldives government to pay MVR348,995,154.60 (US$22.5 million) to Dheebaja Investment Pvt Ltd within six months for the abrupt and unlawful termination of a contract to establish ferry services in four northern atolls.
Three newly planted palm trees were uprooted while the police watched on, Mayor Mohamed Shihab has said. Ruling party sources claim the opposition use the trees to curse President Abdulla Yameen.