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    28 September, 2013
   
“The Maldives would continue to work with the Commonwealth to overcome challenges” says the Government
 
     
 
The Government of Maldives would continue to work with the Commonwealth in a partnership to overcome challenges in consolidating democracy in the Maldives.
 
 
    27 September, 2013
   
UN Human Rights Council concludes its Twenty-Fourth Session in Geneva
 
     
 
The Maldives played a leading role at the Twenty-Fourth Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, which concluded at Geneva today.
 
 
    25 September, 2013
   
Statement by the President with regards to the dispute over the conduct of the first round of Presidential Elections 2013
 
     
 
The Maldives is capable of managing the dispute over the conduct of the first round of Presidential Elections.
 
 
    24 September, 2013
   
Media Statement regarding Supreme Court ruling
 
     
 
The Supreme Court of Maldives has passed a ruling yesterday evening to postpone the second round of the Presidential Election scheduled to be held on 28 September 2013.
 
 
    19 September, 2013
   
Press Statement
 
     
 
The Government of Maldives takes note of the statements issued by some countries and international organisations concerning the Maldives presidential elections.
 
 
    17 September, 2013
   
Concerns over issues relating to the first round of the Maldives Presidential Election
 
     
 
The National level concerns have been raised regarding the first round of Presidential Elections of Maldives held on 7 September 2013. The Government is concerned about some of the reports it has received and issues that have been raised regarding the first round of elections.
 
 
    15 September, 2013
   
Ensuring a free and fair election central to democracy consolidation: President Waheed
 
     
 
President Dr Mohamed Waheed, in his message on the occasion of International Day of Democracy, has said that ensuring that the presidential elections is free and fair was central to democracy consolidation in the Maldives.
 
 
    14 September, 2013
   
Statement by the President with regards to the Presidential Elections
 
     
 
I am pleased that the first round of voting of the Presidential election, on 7 September 2013, was concluded smoothly and peacefully...
 
 
    14 September, 2013
   
Commonwealth observers team calls on the President
 
     
 
The commonwealth observers team who monitored the Maldives’ presidential election have paid a courtesy call on President Dr Mohamed Waheed.
 
 
    12 September, 2013
   
President appoints Dr. Mariyam Shakeela as the Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs
 
     
 
President Dr. Mohamed Waheed has appointed Minister of Environment and Energy Dr. Mariyam Shakeela, as the Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs.
 
 
    9 September, 2013
   
UN delegation calls on President Waheed
 
     
 
Elections observer delegation from the United Nations Department of Political Affairs has paid a courtesy call on President Dr Mohamed Waheed.
 
 
    8 September, 2013
   
Preliminary Results announced for the Presidential Elections of the Maldives
 
     
 
The preliminary results have been announced in the Presidential Elections of the Maldives.
 
 
    7 September, 2013
   
President Waheed congratulates Australian Prime Minister-elect
 
     
 
President Dr Mohamed Waheed has sent a congratulatory message to Mr Tony Abbott on his election as the Prime Minister of Australia.
 
 
    7 September, 2013
   
Polling closes in the Presidential Elections in the Maldives
 
     
 
Polling has now ended in the Presidential Elections held in the Maldives. However, all eligible voters who lined up to vote before 1600 hrs will be able to cast their votes.
 
 
    7 September, 2013
   
Presidential Polls begins in the Maldives
 
     
 
Polling for the second multi party presidential election in the Maldives has begun at 0730 hrs today.
 
 
    6 September, 2013
   
Presidential Election 2013
 
     
 
The second multi-party Presidential election in the Maldives is scheduled to be held on Saturday, 7 September 2013. Polling will begin at 7:30am and would close at 4pm. The Elections Commission of the Maldives has announced that there are 239,593 eligible voters for this election.
 
 
26 October, 2013
 
Government's Press Statement on Two Members' Disqualification from Parliament
 
The government accepts the disqualification of two members of the Parliament, as per the Supreme Court's ruling on 24th October.
 
24 October, 2013
 
President Waheed attends President’s Cup 2013 final match
 
President Dr Mohamed Waheed has attended the final match of the President’s Cup 2013. The match was held last evening at the Galolhu Stadium.
 
21 October, 2013
 
Sacrifices of national heroes must be held close to our hearts – says President
 
Commander in Chief, President Dr Mohamed Waheed has said that as a country, and as a national defense force, it was important to hold the sacrifices of our national heroes close to our hearts, and follow their example.
 


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