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Independent institutions urged to respect changes in political landscape

MP Abdulla Riyaz (R), JP leader Qasim Ibrahim (C) and MP Faris Maumoon before a press conference at JP's main hub. PHOTO: HUSSAIN WAHEED/MIHAARU

MP Abdulla Riyaz (R), JP leader Qasim Ibrahim (C) and MP Faris Maumoon before a press conference at JP’s main hub. PHOTO: HUSSAIN WAHEED/MIHAARU

Deputy leader of Jumhoory Party (JP) and lawmaker of Kinbidhoo constituency Abdulla Riyaz called on Maldives Police Service, Maldives National Defence Force (MNDF), judiciary and other independent institutions to respect the change of parliament majority from the ruling party to the joint opposition on Monday.

Speaking at a press conference held at JP’s main activity hub after submitting the petition calling for a motion of no confidence against Parliament Speaker Abdulla Maseeh, MP Riyaz called on the government to stop its harassment against the opposition.

Among the 45 lawmakers who signed the petition to seek the no confidence motion, 10 are from ruling Progressive Party of Maldives (PPM). The number indicates that the majority of parliament members are now in favour of passing the motion against the speaker, whereas earlier the government-ruled parliament had twice failed the motion.

Highlighting that this is a great achievement for the opposition, Riyaz expressed his confidence that this change in the Maldives’ political landscape will push independent institutions and judicial courts to reconsider the situation.

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Source URL: Mihaaru-News

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