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لا يبدو أن جزر المالديف تفهم الأمر بشكل صحيح

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(eTN)- In 2004, Maldives caught the world’s attention when then-Maldivian President Maumoon Gayoom jailed members of the opposition and branded them as political dissidents.

(eTN)- In 2004, Maldives caught the world’s attention when then-Maldivian President Maumoon Gayoom jailed members of the opposition and branded them as political dissidents. This resulted in a call for democratic reforms in the Indian Ocean nation. A call that was answered four years later, in 2008, when the politically-beleaguered nation held its first democratic election which saw Mohamed “Anni” Nasheed emerged as the new president. The change was widely recognized as the beginning of a new era.

قال محمد آدم ، مدير مجلس السياحة في جزر المالديف آنذاك: "لدينا دستور جديد ، ولدينا برلمان جديد أيضًا ، ومن ثم لدينا محكمة عليا. سيكون هناك ثلاث هيئات مستقلة مختلفة قادمة. سيكون هناك الكثير من التحديات والكثير من التغييرات في الحكومة - هذا ما أراه. لذلك [ستكون] ديمقراطية جديدة تمامًا في جزر المالديف ".

Maldives’ honeymoon with its new-found democracy was short-lived, however, as trouble has once again found its way into the streets of capital Malé. As of this writing, Nasheed has resigned as the president following protests over plans to expand the luxury tourism, which ironically enough is the mainstay of the Maldivian economy but clashes with Islamist ideas popular with the Maldivian population. While, a new president, Mohamed Waheed Hussain Manik, has taken office, recent events indicate that the trouble for Maldives is far from being resolved.

UK-based Friends of Maldives, in a statement, said: “Currently, a large part of the population of the Maldives is demonstrating every day for early elections and for an end to police brutality. Although the demonstrations happen mostly in the capital Malé and other populated islands, there is a possibility of industrial actions, strikes and other form of protests in resorts that have links to those suspected to have involvement with the coup and related human rights abuses. While these protests don’t pose any danger, it is an inconvenience best avoided by holidaymakers.”

وفقًا لأصدقاء جزر المالديف ، فإن الاضطرابات السياسية الحالية في جزر المالديف تمنع الناس من زيارة الجزر. "نشعر أن الوضع ليس سيئًا للغاية ، حيث إن المطارات وجزر المنتجع غير مرتبطة بأي مراكز سكانية. نوصي بشدة بالنصيحة المقدمة من وزارة الخارجية وشؤون الكومنولث في المملكة المتحدة ".

In addition, Friends of Maldives has called for tourists to avoid resorts with ties to the ongoing conflict. The group’s short list include Bandos Island Resort and Spa, Sun Island Resort and Spa, Paradise Island Resort and Spa, Royal Island Resort and Spa, and Holiday Island Resort and Spa. “These are places linked to individuals or groups who we suspect to be involved in the subversion of democracy and in human rights abuses in the Maldives,” Friends of Maldives said.

In its travel advisory, Friends of Maldives urges tourists “to consider the idea of being a responsible traveller.” It said: “Don’t let your pleasant holiday contribute to the suffering of others, whether it is to the Maldives or to any other place. Find out the background of the places you visit. In many cases, you can enjoy your holiday knowing you have helped, simply by being selective.”

انضم أصدقاء جزر المالديف إلى الحكومات بما في ذلك المملكة المتحدة والولايات المتحدة التي أصدرت أيضًا تحذيرات السفر نتيجة الاشتباكات الأخيرة في مالي وأجزاء أخرى من جزر المالديف.