India Still Remains Cautioned Though Situations Seems To Be Normal In Maldives

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Despite the removal of the 45-day Emergency in the Maldives on Thursday, India has said that the concerns that the international community had put forward are yet to be resolved. India had earlier also demanded the removal of the emergency from the Maldives government, but it is believed that the Maldivian Government had come under the influence of China.

Maldivian President Abdullah Yameen removed his 45-day emergency in his country on Thursday. Yameen’s office has said that two judges of the Supreme Court had formed a constitutional crisis in collaboration with the leaders, but emergency was being removed to promote normal conditions. The legislature, executive and judiciary are working independently.

India Still Remains Cautioned Though Situations Seems To Be Normal In Maldives

India has welcomed the removal of the emergency, but has said that the Maldives Government should restore all the constitutional articles, allow Judiciary to work with freedom, and allow parliament to function properly.

The Foreign Ministry said on Thursday that removal of the emergency is a step to resolve issues related to the current political situation in Maldives, but we will request the Maldives government for full bench of the Supreme Court, should be implemented. The Supreme Court of Maldives had stayed the trial against former President Mohamed Nasheed on February 1 and ordered the reinstatement of 9 opposition MPs, after which the government dissolved Parliament. The opposition began to rise; the government had imposed an emergency for the first 15 Days, which was extended for 30 Days.

India has said that it is necessary for the Maldivian government to restore the trust of the political process and establish the rule of law before declaring this year’s election. He had political conversation with all opposition parties. India’s security is closely to Maldives, and wants to see the stable, calm and prosperous Maldives.

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