The political situation in the Maldives continues to remain tense as the Opposition threatens to impeach President Mohamed Muizzu, who is known to have pro-China inclinations. The Maldives’ coalition government, comprising the Progressive Party of Maldives (PPM) and People’s National Congress (PNC), has stated that they will not permit any efforts to remove President Mohamed Muizzu to proceed through Parliament.

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The Opposition party in the Maldives, the Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP), has indicated its intention to submit a motion to impeach President Mohamed Muizzu, and reports in the media suggest that they hold a majority in Parliament.

Also read: खुशखबरी : बिहारवासियों को बड़ी सौगात बिहार में बनने जा रही है एक और शानदार चिड़ियाघर, जान लीजिये लोकेशन….

The situation further escalated when clashes broke out in Parliament between pro-government MPs and opposition lawmakers over differences in the approval of four members of the pro-China President’s cabinet. The Maldives Parliament approved only one of the four members of President Mohamed Muizzu’s cabinet against whom the main opposition MDP had issued a three-line red whip.

Also read: बहुत जल्द बिहार के इन सभी स्टेशन का बदल जाएगा लुक विदेशों जैसा दिखेगा यह स्टेशन करोड़ो रुपया खर्च कर रेलवे करने जा रही यह काम

It is noteworthy that a minimum of 53 votes are required within parliament to remove a sitting president. The MDP and the Democrats have a combined total of 56 MPs: 43 MPs from MDP and 13 from Democrats.

Also read: खुशखबरी अब पटना के लोगों को मिलेंगे जाम से राहत, जान लीजिये क्या सब होने वाली है बदलाव…

This political turmoil in the Maldives comes at a crucial time, with the upcoming parliamentary elections scheduled for mid-March. President Mohamed Muizzu, who is considered to be a pro-China leader, had formally requested India to withdraw its military personnel from the Maldives after assuming office in November last year.

Overall, the situation in the Maldives remains challenging and continues to impact various aspects, including diplomatic relations, parliamentary proceedings, and the impending elections. It is a developing matter that requires close observation and attention, as it has implications not only within the Maldives but also for other countries in the region.

News Highlight :

– Opposition in the Maldives is planning to submit a motion to impeach President Mohamed Muizzu
– Clashes broke out in Parliament over the approval of members of the president’s cabinet
– Parliament approved only one of the four members of the president’s cabinet
– Impeachment motion requires a minimum of 53 votes in Parliament
– Parliamentary elections are due in mid-March
– President Muizzu is considered a pro-China leader, requested India to withdraw military personnel from the country after taking oath

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