Coalition lawmaker asked to withdraw bill to bar Nasheed’s candidacy

Jumhooree Party MP Abdul Latheef Mohamed has been asked to withdraw a bill he submitted Monday to bar former presidents from running for parliament.The MP for Dhidhdhoo was asked to withdraw the bill as it was submitted without consulting the party and because it restricts a fundamental right of former president Mohamed Nasheed, JP parliamentary group leader Abdulla Riyaz tweeted Tuesday morning.The JP is part of the ruling coalition along with the Maldivian Democratic Party led by Nasheed, who is planning to contest in the April 6 parliamentary elections for the newly-created mid-Machchangoalhi constituency in the capital Malé.Former president Abdulla Yameen is also mulling a return to the People’s Majlis................


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