Top opposition officials met the resident coordinator of the United Nations to the Maldives, Shoko Noda, to share concerns regarding the government’s attempts to hinder the reform movement of the opposition.
The top officials include leader of Jumhoory Party (JP) Qasim Ibrahim, main opposition Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP)’s Parliamentary Group leader Ibrahim Mohamed Solih, Former President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom’s lawmaker son Faris Maumoon, deputy leader of Adhaalath Party Ali Zahir and deputy leader of JP Abdulla Riyaz.
Speaking to Mihaaru, Riyaz said, “It had to be brought to the attention of the UN coordinator as the government is not allowing the opposition to conduct political activities.”
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