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    Day by day, the cafes, legal consulting, and securities companies deal with more and more files. Everybody has heard that it is inextricable to keep it all and to make a search for the needed data room providers documents. It is clear that in these modern days, you are in a position to deal with the Secure Online Data Rooms but not all the companies make bold to get using the Electronic Repositories. Why do not they make use of […]

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  • Custom essay writing

    In the contemporary world, many college students have engaged into custom essay writing. They log in to these essay writing services (watch top-5 list here) in order to get some help with their assignments. However, some students are not able to get help due to lack of finances. According to various research, most of these websites require the students to pay for the assignment the want. The sites offer different types of essay writing services. The most difficult assignment that the […]

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  • Confrontation on the eve of CoNI report

    Confrontation on the eve of CoNI report

    The usual pro-democracy rally was taking place on the streets of male’ on the eve of releasing the CoNI report. Shortly after the rally had gotten started from Usfasgandu, it was stopped by the Maldives defense force personals. Later on the Special Operations (SO) Police arrived and cornered the protesters. Not too long after, a confrontation ensued . Two people were arrested and several protesters sustained varying degrees of injuries, including a fractured skull.

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  • Pro-Democracy activists removed

    Pro-Democracy activists removed

    Pro-democracy activists were waiting for a statement by Ahmed Saeed (Gahaa), who is representing President Nasheed in the Commission of National Inquiry. Masked police personals enter and remove the activists by force driving them down the street. Later on Saeed gives a statement in which he resigns citing lack of impartiality within the commission.

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  • President Nasheed Summoned

    President Nasheed Summoned

    The Maldives Police Services released a recording of a telephone conversation, allegedly between former MDP Chairperson/ MP Mariya Ahmed Didi and President Mohamed Nasheed. On the 2nd of August the police summoned Nasheed for questioning. A huge number of pro-democracy supporters gathered outside G. Kenereege, residence of Nasheed, filling up the narrow winding streets. Nasheed and the pro-democracy supporters walked from his residence towards the headquarters of the Maldives Police Services. Several streets were cordoned and barricaded by the Police. Clashes […]

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  • Direct Action Continues

    Direct Action Continues

    MDP and pro-democracy activists have once again come out on to the streets, exercising their constitutional right to assemble, demanding immediate elections and calling out to bring an end to the continued police brutality. This particular night’s protest comes in the midst of accusations, following the murder of a policeman in Kashidhoo, that MDP and its protestors are inciting violence towards the security forces. Although the murder is so far under investigation, officials of the state, ranging from the de facto […]

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  • Pro-democracy activists gather in front of Hilaaleege

    Pro-democracy activists gather in front of Hilaaleege

    A few courageous pro-democracy activists gathered in front of Hilaaleege, the residence of former Vice president Dr.Mohamed Waheed Hassan. He has been in power since February 2012 after forcing President Mohamed Nasheed to step down in what is widely seen as a coup brought by the security forces, the religious extremists and the rich business elite. The people gathered were calling for Dr.Waheed to hand power over to the speaker of parliament in order to make way for an election. […]

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