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Former President Nasheed tours Meemu Atoll for by-election campaign

Former President Mohamed Nasheed is currently touring islands of Meemu Atoll to campaign for Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP) candidate Ibrahim Latheef in the upcoming by-election on October 29 for the Meemu Mulaku constituency atoll council seat.

Nasheed departed Male’ yesterday following a High Court hearing in the afternoon and spoke at a rally at Mulaku last night.

According to MDP social media updates, the former President visited Meemu Naalafushi and Kolhufushi this morning and received a warm welcome from islanders.

In addition to the Mulaku contest, by-elections will also take place on October 29 for vacant island council seats in Alif Dhaal Dhidhoo, Laamu Maibaidhoo and Faafu Bilehdhoo.

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