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Re-arrests in Maldives

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MALE – The police of the Maldives has called on the state of emergency again, 25 people were arrested, among whom were several journalists. That have opposition leaders Saturday said, after a day earlier thousands of demonstrators, the imprisonment of the president had demanded the release of his political opponents. Of which they are suspected is unclear.

On the islands in the Indian Ocean, especially known for its luxury accommodations, was on February 5, the state of emergency is declared for fifteen days. This was a line put in by a decision of the supreme court to nine leading campaigners on free feet.

Then let president Abdullah Yameen two chief justices, and his predecessor Maumoon Abdul Gayoom in the bonds store. They are accused of fundraising for the government to overthrow.

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