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Maldives criticizes UN s call to free jailed ex-president
Cat : Dialogue
Date : 15/09/2015                      Reader : 38

H.D.A : UN POLICY IS NOT EFFECTIVE AT ALL.IT IS A MATTER OF PRINCIPLES,WHY SHOULD UN RECOGNISE MILITARY REGIMES?!!DEMOCRATIC ELECTED PRESIDENT DR MORSI IS NOT ONLY ARRESTED BY MILITARY REGIME,BUT ALSO SENTENCED TO DEATH!!WE KNOW MALDIVES PRESIDENT UNDER ARREST THROUGH ONE OF OUR RELATIVES WHO UNDERSTOOD THAT PRESIDENT HAS INTENTION TO APPLY SHAREA,WESTERNS CALLED MILITARY TO OVERTHROW THE REGIME!!

 

 

lasvegassun           15-9-2015

 

Maldives criticizes UN s call to free jailed ex-president
 

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — The Maldives says the U.N. human rights chief's call to release the country's imprisoned former president is an effort to circumvent the rule of law.

The foreign ministry said in a statement Monday that it rejects High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein's allegation that the law in the Maldives is being manipulated for political ends.

Hussein made the comments in his opening speech at the human rights council.

Former President Mohamed Nasheed is serving a 13-year sentence after being found guilty of ordering the military to arrest a top judge three years ago. The verdict alleged that the judge's arrest was akin to terrorism.

His trial was criticized internationally for an apparent lack of due process.

Nasheed in 2008 became the country's first democratically elected president.
 

 


 
 
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