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Nihan says "police and army helped them to topple the governemnt" :
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Farah Faizal 🎈 Feb 6
7 Feb 2012 -the day the first democratically elected govt of was overthrown in a coup. What followed were dark days. Those who protested against were horribly beaten up & incarcerated. May we never see such days again & may Allah grant us peace & unity. Aameen
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Gahuva Feb 6
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Naif Naeem Feb 6
Never, ever, ever, ever forget.
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Hamid Shafeeu Mar 3
I hope NGOs get funds to make more complete reports on what happened at institutions post to now. Why did we fail that much, which bodies turned a blind eye, which bodies benefitted. Who stood against it at what level, how public suffered, lives we lost, how behind are we
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Sofwath 🎈 Feb 6
funny how some ppl don't wanna talk abt "now".
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jadoo2 Feb 7
7 feb 2012 culprits πŸ‘‡
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Farah Faizal 🎈 Feb 6
Memories of - the resilience of Maldivian people; the courage in front of brutality; the kindred spirit when faced with danger, the love, the laughter.... photocredit: owners
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PAX Feb 6
Remembering Thank you President for never giving up hope πŸ’›
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Latinβ“πŸŽˆ Jul 9
All baaagees are now in maldives.
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Notes from Yaamyn Feb 7
Democracy can never return to mordis until a few things are taken care of. 1) Justice for 2) Disband SO 3) Seize baagee assets , 7 February 2015
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diver aana 🎈 Feb 6
A day not to forget!
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PresShaani Feb 7
Can't forget this day. So painful & mind disturbing.
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hussain 🎈 Jul 15
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Aryj Jul 7
Replying to @MunaAmina @sampfulhux
I actually scored pretty high in all my years. I did take a gap year after my second year of law school because of and worked with MDN in strengthening the laws at that time. 😌
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Hamxa S Jun 20
The one on the left also need to be investigated! For his involement in , trying and succeeding to change a valid vote result via Supreme Court (whom we can now prove are not fair) , justice can not be selective!
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Aeko Fathih Jun 18
This would have been our man if plotters had their way.
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Humay Jun 14
SO officers had a reputation for police brutality+lawlessness until recently. Good to see them being rehabilitated to work as per mandate. May never witness brutality & lawlessness by uniformed services as witnessed during n tenure at MPS
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Afzal JALEEL Jun 6
If only most people knew what twitter was like the pre days. Sigh.
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shahee ilyas Jun 2
The Dregs of Dictatorship by on Feb 8, 2012 via
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