The Presidential elections in Maldives is scheduled to take place in 23 September 2018.
In Maldives, the President is elected through a two-round system, wherein if no candidate receives the majority number during the first round, a second round shall be held within 21 days.
Follow updates on the 2018 Maldivian Presidential Elections through the news links below and through the reports and press statements shared by various organizations, including ANFREL’s and it member organization in Maldives, Transparency International Maldives:
- Maldives Election 2018: here’s what you need to know
- UN, EU reject invite to observe Maldives elections
- HRW: Maldives election under threat amid crackdown on dissent
- Maldives rejects UN’s body’s call to let ex-president fight election
Press Statements / Reports:
- Obstruction of observers and media latest sign of polling misconduct (ANFREL)
- Statement on Voter Registration Issues (Transparency Maldives)
- Transparency Maldives expresses deep concern over resort workers’ right to vote (Transparency Maldives)
Know more about Maldives electoral processes via this link: Maldives Elections
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