Thousands gathered across the Maldives calling for the arrest of President Abdulla Yameen, part of a push back against a state of emergency declared by him earlier this month.Friday’s protests, organised by the Maldives United Opposition (MOU), were held on more than 15 islands. There were 23 arrests, with politicians and journalists among those detained.Yameen has said there was a plot to overthrow his government and that the only way to investigate it was by declaring a state of emergency. There have also been protests about his refusal to obey a Supreme Court ruling ordering the release high-profile prisoners, who are also his opponents.…………….Please Log in or Subscribe to view full details…..
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