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Vote for reform and stability: President Solih

29 September 2023, MVT 17:52
29 September 2023, MVT 17:52

President Solih has urged the people to vote to continue with the reform and stability brought to the country within the last five years.

In his last video message before the second round of elections, the President said that major reforms have been implemented within the last five years as a result of the decision made by the people in 2018.

The environment of fear and insecurity in the Maldives has been eliminated. Many development projects have been implemented. Successes have been achieved in establishing essential services in all islands irrespective of the size of the island. Stability has been brought to the Maldives," said president Solih.

President Solih said that efforts were made to bring progress to all areas of the Maldives without discrimination during the last five years.

"We have made a positive difference in the lives of those working in agriculture, tourism, teaching, health services and other sectors," he said.

The President at the campaign rally

Highlighting that his top priority had been to bring stability to the country, president Solih said that the decision that the people will take tomorrow is linked to the country's future. He said that the people's decision tomorrow will decide whether they will go back to instability and fear of the past or move forward with the positive changes brought through the sacrifice of many people and ensure that the country is handed over safely to the youth.

"My request today from the beloved people of Maldives is to come out and vote to go forward with the reforms and stability we have brought to the country," said president Solih.

The President will contest against Progressive Party of Maldives (PPM) and People's National Congress (PNC) presidential candidate Dr. Mohamed Muizzu tomorrow. Dr. Muizzu received the most votes during the first round of election. President Solih received 38 percent of the votes while Dr. Muizzu received 45 percent of the votes.