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Maldives: The Supreme Court Strikes Again:

Paper No. 5664                 Dated 12-Mar-2014

By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan

The Supreme Court in Maldives has struck again and this time it is against the Election Commission who had displayed high professionalism in conducting the Presidential and later the local council elections against heavy odds.

The Tyrrany of the Supreme Court

Maldives: The Supreme Court Strikes Again

Paper No. 5650                                     Dated 19-Feb-2014
 
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
I had mentioned many times before that the Judiciary in the Maldives is the weakest link in Maldives’ march to democracy.  This view is confirmed once again when the Supreme Court suo motu issued notices to the Election Commission members last week for contempt of court and disobedience of orders on an event that occurred four months ago! 
 

Maldives: President Yameen: Problems being faced in settling down

Paper No. 5627                                      Dated 1-Jan-2014
 
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
 
In settling down, it was expected that President Yameen would face many challenges.  For him the first and foremost would be to get along with other coalition partners, particularly with the Jumhooree party but for whose support he would not be in the Presidential chair.  
 

Maldives: Supreme Court’s "over reach" in the conduct of Presidential Elections:

Paper No. 5580                Dated 17-Oct-2010

By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan.

Will anyone believe that the highest court in Maldives has met three times at midnight in the last three weeks to give executive directions to the Elections Commission in the conduct of the presidential elections?

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