A peaceful rally held to voice out against sexual harassment has been violently dispersed by the Police. The rally held tonight near the western waterfront (Rasfannu Area) was attended by youths who stood on the side of the road with placards calling to end sexual harassment in the Maldivian work
After years of struggle, the working class women of Maldives are succeeding in earning the seats they deserve at the helm of the nation. Today we find independent, educated and successful women leading every industry, be it politics, tourism, business management, engineering, health or even education. Women are rising through
Former Tourism Minister Ali Waheed’s sexual harassment case has been sent to the Prosecutor General’s Office by Maldives Police Service for prosecution. The former Minister was removed from the cabinet following the allegations of sexual harassment brought up by the tourism ministry staff. According to the Police, the documents relevant
“Corruption and Theft has become a fashion in this administration” said former Vice-President Dr. Mohamed Jameel Ahmed. In a tweet made today, Dr. Mohamed Jameel Ahmed heavily criticized the ruling coalition government making serious allegations against it. In his tweet the former Vice-President stated that within a short span the
Executives at the Maldivian Ministry of Tourism has stated that they are ready to re-open the state for tourism under the new Standard Operating Procedure which has also been allegedly replicated by the Seychelles and Sri Lankan Authorities. An exotic video was released earlier this week to announce the reopening.
COVID 19 has without a doubt devastated the fragile economy of the Maldives. Decades of repetitive economic policies to cash in on the nations beautiful islands and beaches with little regulation on maximizing income and nonexistent penalties on tax evasions has made our nation exceedingly dependent on the tourism sector.