PRÄSIDENT Nasheed wurde verhaftet

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PRÄSIDENT Nasheed wurde verhaftet

Beitrag von Caro » 08 Okt 2012 16:51

Endlich haben sie einen Grund gefunden bzw. konstruiert .... :twisted:
Aber was kann man von einer selbsternannten Regierung, die inzwischen sogar von Touristen bei der Einreise FINGERABDRÜCKE nimmt, anderes erwarten. :roll:

Interessant auch dabei, dass es bislang der deutschsprachigen Presse noch keinerlei Meldung überhaupt wert war .... .

:cry: Caro ... olice.html

"Former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed arrested by riot police
The ousted former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed was arrested in a raid by riot police on Monday on a remote Indian Ocean island after he failed to answer abuse of power charges at a court hearing last week.

Riot police arrest Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed Photo: AFP/GETTY By Dean Nelson, South Asia Editor
3:02PM BST 08 Oct 2012
His supporters accused the government of using violence against Mr Nasheed and former cabinet ministers, stating that 50 heavily armed police in riot gear broke down the door of the house he was staying in and used pepper spray while making their arrests.

Hamid Abdul Ghafoor, spokesman for Mr Nasheed's Maldivian Democratic Party, said his arrest marked the "end of the road for democracy" on the islands and called for Commonwealth leaders to intervene.

Mr Nasheed believes the abuse of power charges, which relate to his order for army chiefs to arrest a senior judge, are politically-motivated and aimed at preventing him from contesting elections next year.

If he is convicted, he could be jailed or banished to a remote island for three years.

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Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed (AFP/Getty)

Mr Nasheed and his supporters have led a series of protests since he resigned as president in February in what he claims was a coup by the country's security forces.

He was replaced by his former vice-president, Dr Mohamed Waheed, whom he accused of plotting against him. His resignation led to a series of violent protests by his supporters who destroyed police stations, court houses and police colleges throughout the archipelago.

A Commonwealth-backed inquiry into his resignation, which included an independent Singaporean judge, rejected his claims and said his replacement by Dr Waheed had been constitutional.

"8th October 2012 will be remembered as the day that democracy died in the Maldives. The reality is it has been on life-support since February, but today the plug was pulled and the lights turned off," said MDP spokesman Hamid Abdul Ghafoor.

A spokesman for Mr Waheed denied police had used excessive force and said Mr Nasheed was being accorded the respect due as a former president "Democracy is strong and alive in the Maldives and we have shown that even a former president cannot be in contempt of court," Masood Imad told the news agency AFP. "
"Auch wenn es gelänge, die Tiere vor uns zu schützen, hätten wir nichts erreicht. Erst wenn es uns gelingt, die Tiere nicht mehr schützen zu müssen, sind wir am Ziel. Dann haben wir etwas verändert: UNS !" Zitat von Michael Aufhauser


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