Below are the recent things happening during the state of emergency in Maldives. Reactions came from all around world to restore the rule of law by complying with the Supreme Court’s initial unanimous rulings, to release all political prisoners and lift the state of emergency.
Keep sharing the petition and keep writing about it on social media. Let’s make our voices heard loud to Save Maldives.
I urge the Government of the #Maldives to restore the rule of law by complying with the Supreme Court’s initial unanimous rulings, to release all political prisoners and lift the state of emergency. https://t.co/FR0SeVoW6Q pic.twitter.com/Uf2dYWB6h5
— Kofi Annan (@KofiAnnan) February 9, 2018
United States of America @POTUS @realDonaldTrump spoke last night local time to @PMOIndia @narendramodi. The two leaders expressed concern about the #MaldivesCrisis and the importance of respect for democratic institutions and rule of law in #Maldives. pic.twitter.com/QF32z4Z8fz
— Atul Keshap🇺🇸 (@USAmbKeshap) February 9, 2018
Deeply concerned that @Raajje_tv, the most-watched station in #Maldives, has suspended regular broadcasts due to harassment, threats and intimidation since state of emergency. We call for respect for rule of law, freedom of expression, and democratic institutions in the Maldives.
— Heather Nauert (@statedeptspox) February 9, 2018
Full details are available at the link below:
Source URL: Maldives Uprising