Maldives opposition tightlipped on cabinet and coalition agreement

The incoming administration of president-elect Ibrahim Mohamed Solih remains tightlipped on the composition of his cabinet and the agreement between the four coalition partners.Mariya Ahmed Didi, the president-elect’s spokeswoman, says “discussions are ongoing” ahead of Solih’s inauguration on November 17.According to media reports, there will be 22 ministries – up from 14 ministries in the outgoing administration – with 40 percent reserved for the Maldivian Democratic Party, 25 percent for the Jumhooree Party, 20 percent for the Maumoon Reform Movement and 15 percent for Adhaalath Party.Purported lists are circulating on social media but reports suggest the coalition have yet to agree on cabinet posts.

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