The Parliament Judiciary Committee has decided to advise the Prosecutor General to review his decision not to prosecute the individuals indicted by the Anti-Corruption Commission on the “Ventilator Corruption” case. The Prosecutor General’s decision not to prosecute the 11 individuals including former Health Minister Abdulla Ameen for the corruption involved
The Prosecutor General’s Office has revealed that they will not prosecute any of the 11 individuals indicted by the Anti-Corruption Commission of Maldives(ACC). The individuals were accused of corruption by the ACC for suspected foul play in the procurement of ventilators in the battle against COVID19 pandemic. At this point
The Anti-Corruption Commission of Maldives has released a statement regarding the corruption involved in procuring 75 ventilators for the COVID-19 pandemic. The statement released today states that the Anti-Corruption Commission had initiated the investigation on 14th April 2020 and that the Investigation ended on 13th October 2020. The massive investigation
“Corruption and Theft has become a fashion in this administration” said former Vice-President Dr. Mohamed Jameel Ahmed. In a tweet made today, Dr. Mohamed Jameel Ahmed heavily criticized the ruling coalition government making serious allegations against it. In his tweet the former Vice-President stated that within a short span the
COVID 19 has without a doubt devastated the fragile economy of the Maldives. Decades of repetitive economic policies to cash in on the nations beautiful islands and beaches with little regulation on maximizing income and nonexistent penalties on tax evasions has made our nation exceedingly dependent on the tourism sector.