These are the latest reactions of powers all around the world.
.@antonioguterres urges the Government of the Maldives to lift the state of emergency as soon as possible, and take all measures to ensure the safety and security of the people in the country, including members of the judiciary. Full text: https://t.co/bF8io49Alb
— UN Spokesperson (@UN_Spokesperson) February 6, 2018
Our Press Statement on the latest situation in #Maldives following the declaration of a State of Emergency on 1 February is at https://t.co/YgyMmgl4Cj
— Raveesh Kumar (@MEAIndia) February 6, 2018
America stands with the people of Maldives. The Maldivian government and military must respect the rule of law, freedom of expression, and democratic institutions. The world is watching.
— NSC (@WHNSC) February 5, 2018
The declaration of the state of emergency by the President of the Maldives undermines democracy and human rights and further escalates political tensions in the country. The EU expects the state of emergency to be lifted without delay https://t.co/LgCYy8rVMj
— Maja Kocijančič (@MajaEUspox) February 6, 2018
#Maldives: arrest of judges and suspension of human rights a full attack on the rule of law. #MaldivesInCrisis https://t.co/1KJxpHzDDF
— Maldives Voice (@MaldivesVoice4) February 7, 2018
Keep sharing the petition and keep writing about it on social media. Let’s make our voices heard loud to Save Maldives.
International Community must take strict actions against Yameen Government in Maldives
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