The new Article 23 significantly broadens the definition of crimes against national security.
Since assuming office in November of the previous year, President Muizzu, who is viewed as having pro-China inclinations, had requested India to withdraw its troops from Maldives.
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The thinking was that they would eliminate the Al-Sunnah presence in its area of operation.
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The figures were even more shocking than expected. In 2023 alone, the CCDI dealt with nearly 2.7 million individuals.
“The minister’s nitpicking at parts of the full court’s judgment does not establish real grounds of appeal or any reasonable prospects of success,” Fakir said.
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China’s goal is just to have people understand what it is all about, not necessarily to influence
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He emphasized that human rights abuses by the United States are well-documented, including disparities in rights between racial groups within the country.
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A coalition of religious and traditional leaders sponsored the legislation that is favoured by most lawmakers and that passed in parliament on Wednesday.
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At present with Mohammad Muizzu’s party at the helm, the shift is more prominently towards Beijing, quite evidently.    
The root of this debt trap lies in the unviable, bloated Chinese projects the Maldives has irrationally pursued without regard for sustainability or conditions.
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He went on to build his own financial empire in the City of London, founding investment trust RIT Capital, which he chaired until 2019.
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Maldives recently elected President Mohammad Muizzu’s rise to power has been one of disoriented interests and misjudged priorities.
According to the government, if you have a son, you don’t get paid; it’s the children who make money, without money, young people face difficulty affording food.
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This advice, reminiscent of the days of Soviet Russia, raises concerns about the naivety and sympathy displayed by certain foreign intellectuals, diplomats, and media figures.
The Chinese government has been accused of widespread human rights abuses against Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslims in Xinjiang since 2017.
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The presence of foreign vessels has been a long-standing concern in Maldivian waters.
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President Muizzu’s tenure is marred by a stark display of poor economic management, as the nation grapples with an array of economic challenges.
Mbumba appealed to the nation to “remain calm and collected” while the government makes state arrangements and preparations, saying further details will be announced at a later date.
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China’s youth unemployment rate as high as nearly 20%.
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Representatives of both States laid out their legal arguments in The Hague on January 11 and 12 in hearings that were watched worldwide.
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It is however not only Sri Lanka that paid the price for friendlier relations with Beijing, but the story remained consistent with other countries in the region as well.
One problem Muizzu has been less willing to discuss is the presence of ISIS-related and Pakistan-related Islamic terrorists in the Maldives
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North West Community Safety and Transport Management MEC Sello Lehari commended authorities for enforcing the law.
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Grant Tungay, the spokesperson for the Zambian Civil Society Organizations’ Coalition on Access to Information, or ATI, said the new law is not perfect, but it is a good start.
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