Minister of the Environment, Climate Change, and Technology Aishath Shauna said she continues to support president Ibrahim Mohamed Solih because she has faith that he will not become a tyrannical leader.
Speaking at a campaign rally for the president for in Galolhu Tuesday night, minister Shauna said Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP) was trying to change the entire country.
The minister said that the journey to 'Anneh Dhivehiraajje' began with the aim of bringing good governance to Maldivians. Since then, they have arrived from the island nation's journey to a safer Maldives, she said. She was referring to the slogan used by the party during various campaigns.
Recalling the sacrifices made by the party's supporters during previous administrations, minister Shauna said, many people came out to seek good for the country without any fear of violence in the form of pepper spray, police batons and Special Officer's brutality.
Minister Shauna highlighted that the people of Galolhu had played a huge role in that work.
"There is no doubt that the president will win by a big margin," minister Shauna said.
She said that there were two political ideologies in the country, namely the ideology of tyranny and the ideology of good governance. She said that MDP and the current president represented non-oppressive regimes.