“[B]y initiating a suo moto, the Supreme Court is undermining the responsibilities vested by the Maldivian Constitution and international conventions on the independent commission,” said the Maldivian Democratic Party.
The report confirmed evidence of possible “hostile surveillance” at the terminal conducted by two known affiliates of the Kuda Henveiru gang. It also suggested a “strong possibility” that Rilwan was abducted by a gang motivated by Islamic extremism.
The court will begin suo moto proceedings against the HRCM on Wednesday in relation to the submission of a report last week for the UN Human Rights Council’s Universal Periodic Review.
HRCM denies the accusation made by Education Ministry saying that the UPR was written up based on an outdated report.
The human rights advocacy group has commissioned a foreign expert to conduct an investigation and will share findings of the report tomorrow.
“The government’s decision to sit for talks and compile a timeline is a sign President Yameen himself attended to the teacher’s demands,” Teachers Association of Maldives President Athif Abdul Hakeem told Minivan News.
“The Maldives journey at the UN, is proof that with smart ideas, small states can successfully contribute and become significant members of the international community,” said Dunya Maumoon told the UNGA.
Imthiyaz Fahmy has revealed that death threats received by his party’s MPs have become so commonplace that they had stopped publicising them all. “We live in fear,” said the Maafannu North MP.
“Once we strike, there is no turning back. The options are death or success. God willing, we will only stop once we have achieved success,” TAM president Athif Abdul Hakeem said at the meeting.