Adhaalath, MRM discuss ways to 'work together'
The MRM is yet to take a decision on what it will do in the upcoming elections.
Aishath Fareeha Abdulla
Maldives Reform Movement (MRM), which is part of the ruling coalition but is yet to take a decision on the upcoming elections, met with Adhaalath Party, which also a ruling coalition partner and is backing President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih for a second term on Tuesday.
Adhaalath party tweeted that its officials met MRM President Faris Maumoon and other senior party leaders at MRM's request on Tuesday.
The meeting, according to Adhaalath, discussed:
On the experiences of the existing coalition
On how to work together in the future
Former President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom's MRM and Adhaalath met and held discussions, while Adhaalath, headed by home minister Imran Abdulla, has already decided to go ahead with President Solih in the upcoming presidential elections.
The MRM is yet to take a decision on what it will do in the upcoming elections. MRM's founder Maumoon and Faris has on Monday met Jumhooree Party (JP) leader Gasim Ibrahim, who has decided to contest the September 9 election separately.
Maumoon also met with President Solih this week.