Help to bring justice to Maldivian people. Stop violence, crime and give freedom of speech.
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Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maldives
Minister of Foreign Affairs
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Help to bring justice to Maldivian people. Stop violence, crime and give freedom of speech.

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For more that 45+ years Maldivians has suffered different sorts of injustice. Maldivians are generally peaceful and happy people. They are compliant and trusting their leaders without questioning whether their actions were justifiable.

After the rule under 3 different Presidents Maldives is facing more violence and injustice that is going beyond understanding. A young journalist is now in coma and fighting for his life after brutal beatings by some anonymous people.

No justice has been done since brutal murder of the MP Dr. Afrasheem Ali and a fatal attack to a journalist Ismail Hilath Rasheed. With God's blessing he recovered after having his throat slashed. No wrongdoer have been brought to justice.

The people of Maldives are currently suffering from increased violence and lost of freedom for speech. My parents and parents of many others are fearful for their sons and daughters. This has to be stopped.

I request, all of you, to help me with this initiative to create awareness among the citizen of the world. I am hope that this will lead to action from all people who want justice and from fair leaders to take action towards the current government of Maldives to exercise justice.

The current government came to power after a police mutiny, Yes, it was a police mutiny on the 7 February 2012. -Another side of the story. Forcing to resign the first democratically elected president.

United Nations, United States of America, INDIA, United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia and Australia, I request you to assist Maldives to bring about justice. I am requesting for sincere help! This is an attempt to take some action to assist the innocent Maldivians.

May The God help me. Thank you.


Recent signatures


    1. Reached 25 signatures
    2. Political parties stealing identities

      by Amei

      Up till 12/3/2013 Maldives had about 16 political parties now with new legislation we have 5 parties. The competition to increase numbers has lead parties to steal identities - some are unaware of this. My identity has been stolen. There is hardly any justice.

    3. More Violence - ex-president arressted without a warrant

      by Amei

      The political situation in Maldives is not good. He got arrested without a warrant by the Maldivian Police Services. I feel the arrest of ex-president Nasheed is more personal than political - It will be dangerous!

    4. 2/3 of the population are NOT in a position to ask for help!

      by Amei

      Most are scared to raise ask for help and are continuing to live with fear! They live in small island communities spread across the nation. Few on these island will have access to reach outside the country. via internet. Internet access easy and is expensive. I ask on their behalf to help bring justice to the nation.

    5. Reached 10 signatures
    6. Another reason to sign the petion - 15 yrs girl - abused...

      by Amei

      Abused by the step-father – She is only 15 years old. Check the link for more detail....

      The girl was suppose to be looked after by the abuser!

    7. Reached 5 signatures
    8. Asward will not get justice!!

      by Amei

      Hilath Ibrahim who was seriously injured reports that it is unlikely to get justice for the Asward from the police!

      Please check for details.

      If we reflect on the Maldivian recent history this is not surprising.


    Reasons for signing

    • Grace Siru NAIROBI, KENYA
      • over 1 year ago

      Peace is priceless yet very expensive because no amount of money can buy iit.

    • Merilyn Herrod VANCOUVER BC, CANADA
      • over 1 year ago

      Because my niece is there working very hard to make a difference in the lives of these people.

    • melyssa munoz-layman PARK CITY, UT
      • over 1 year ago

      Human Rights is important to everyone.

    • Sylvia Griffith AUSTRALIA
      • over 1 year ago

      After the tsunami (2005) my husband and I worked with teachers on islands in the Maldives. The peaceful, happy people we met made a positive impression on us. We find the current situation very sad.

    • karen beesley ROSEBURG, OR
      • over 1 year ago

      help is being requested in a violent sounds like militaristic place. not acceptable


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