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Official Statement From The Government Of The Republic Of Maldives On The Country Situation Since 1st February 2018

1.      On the 1st of February 2018, by way of Court Order No. 2018/SC-SJ/01, the Supreme Court of the Maldives made the following judgement: a.  Quashed the Supreme Court Case verdict on Case No: 2017/SC-A/17; b. Declared that the Judicial Service Commission has no mandate over the Supreme Court Justices, overriding Article 159 of the Constitution which empowers the Judicial Services Commission to appoint, investigate complaints against, and give recommendations for dismissal of judges; c.Only the Supreme Court can appoint judges. (The Constitution provides for the Judicial Service Commission and/or Parliament to appoint judges.) d. Ordered the executive to hold the Opening of Parliament as scheduled; and e. Ordered the executive to release 9 individuals (some of them having had their cases finished by 3 tiers of court, some of them having their cases of appeal and trial, and some of them under investigation.) This was done by way judges in Chamber, and not after a hearing...................................

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