Governments around the world, especially from India and America, this is a reasonable plea for the people of Maldives, we want the Indian government to send the envoy with the support of its army and release the judges and leaders detained. "Last night was more like a military takeover".
"India has refrained from pushing Yameen over the past five years, fearing he would further embrace China". What is China's role in the Maldives Crisis?
However, it has been said that India readying its troops isn't really unusual as it is a part of the standard operating procedure (SOP). The political unrest should be left to the Maldivian people to address.
New Dehli said it was considering a "full range of options", including "tough measures" against Yameen's government.
Speaking on state TV on Tuesday, Yameen described the initial court ruling as an attempted coup.
"I am seriously concerned that the measures taken appear to go beyond those permissible during a state of emergency, restricting the basic tenets of democracy and undermining respect for fundamental rights in the country", Zeid said.
Yameen's supporters have shut down an independent television station.
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Mohamed Nasheed, who was President of the country from 2008 to 2012, has strongly criticized the Emergency.
It's not the first time in recent years that the small nation has seen political upheaval. While in the United Kingdom, he was granted asylum, and he has lived there in exile.
India should stop intervening in Male, the Chinese have said.
It ruled that the charges were politically motivated and also ordered the reinstatement of 12 MPs who were ousted for switching allegiance to the opposition.
By Tuesday evening, the capital, Malé, was calm, with shops open and traffic circulating, but fear hung in the air.
Best known as an "A-list" holiday destination, the Maldives plunged into crisis last week after the Supreme Court quashed terrorism convictions against nine opposition figures including the country's exiled first democratically elected president Mohamed Nasheed. They were arrested early Tuesday after security forces stormed into the Supreme Court building. The tactics bore all the hallmarks of a totalitarian purge.
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"The Supreme Court is under military watch".
Qasim Ibrahim, who ran for president in 2013 and now heads the opposition Jumhooree Party, was one of four signatories of an opposition unity deal aimed at toppling President Yameen in April 2017. He said the judges had been planning a coup.
The present crisis in the Maldives was triggered when the government ignored a directive of the Supreme Court issued on February 1, to release "political prisoners", several lawmakers of the opposition.
Human rights groups urged Yameen not to take the law into his own hands.
China has also quickly expanded its economic profile in the Maldives by building mega infrastructure projects, including the development of Hulhule island and a bridge connecting it to Male as well as the country's main worldwide airport.
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