Maldives MPs vow to clean up judiciary

Parliament has unanimously voted to back a corruption probe by the Judicial Service Commission, despite apparent efforts by the Supreme Court to hamper the process. he judicial watchdog is probing allegations against Supreme Court Justice Abdulla Didi, who stands accused of taking a million dollar bribe to send former president and parliamentary Speaker Mohamed Nasheed to jail in 2015. All 64 MPs present endorsed the finding of the report from the judicial oversight committee, which backed the JSC and declared the apex court’s intervention unlawful and unconstitutional. The Supreme Court has issued three rulings in an attempt to stop the JSC from conducting a probe into misconduct by Didi. The latest, issued just after the parliamentary vote, declared that the JSC cannot take action against a judge based on a decision or verdict that was delivered by that judge...............

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