DRP too small to take to court: Umar Naseer

Vice President of the Progressive Party of the Maldives (PPM) Umar Naseer has decided to withdraw the case challenging his dismissal from his former party, reports local media.

Naseer told Sun Online that it did not make sense for the VP of the country’s most popular party to take a smaller party to court – the PPM is currently the second largest party in the Majlis and the third largest in the country by membership.

Naseer’s dismissal from the Dhivehi Rayyithunge Party (DRP) in 2010 preceded the eventual split of the party. Former President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom’s decision to leave the political party – the country’s first – resulted in the creation of the PPM in 2011.


One thought on “DRP too small to take to court: Umar Naseer”

  1. Will they fall for this? A barely disguised empty hook?

    Knowing Moadis, yes, most will fall for husbulhi, every time!!!


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