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List of political parties in the Maldives

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Political parties in the Maldives were legalized when the Maldivian parliament voted unanimously for the creation of a multi-party system on June 2, 2005. This came after decades of authoritarian rule. Prior to this ruling, political parties had not been not allowed under the Maldivian legal system.

Current list

Parliamentary

Party   Members in Political Position
Abbr. Name W Leader Established in Majlis (Ideology)
MDP Maldivian Democratic Party
ދިވެހިރައްޔިތުންގެ ޑިމޮކްރެޓިކް ޕާޓީ
[1] Mohamed Nasheed 2005 65 Liberal conservatism
JP Jumhooree Party
ޖުމްހޫރީ ޕާޓީ
[2] Qasim Ibrahim 2008 5 Economic liberalism
Social conservatism
Islamic democracy
PPM Progressive Party of Maldives
ޕްރޮގްރެސިވް ޕާޓީ އޮފް މޯލްޑިވްސް
[3] Abdulla Yameen 2011 5 Political Islam
Conservatism
Nationalism
PNC People's National Congress
ޕީޕަލްސް ނެޝެނަލް ކޮންގްރެސް
Abdul Raheem Abdulla 2019 3 Conservatism
Political Islam
MDA Maldives Development Alliance
މޯލްޑިވްސް ޑިވެލޮޕްމަންޓް އެލަޔަންސް
[4] Ahmed Shiyam 2012 2 Economic liberalism
Political Islam
DRP Dhivehi Rayyithunge Party
ދިވެހި ރައްޔިތުންގެ ޕާޓީ
[5] Abdulla Jabir 2005 2 Conservatism
Populism
Islamic democracy

Extra-parliamentary

Party   Political Position
Abbr. Name W Leader Established in (Ideology)
AP Adhaalath Party
ޢަދާލަތު ޕާޓީ
[6] Sheikh Imran Abdulla 2005 Religious conservatism
Islamism
Islamic democracy
MRM Maldives Reform Movement
‏މޯލްޑިވްސް ރިފޯމް މޫވްމެންޓް
[7] Maumoon Abdul Gayoom 2019 Conservatism
Populism
Islamic democracy
MLSDP Maldives Labour and Social Democratic Party
މޯލްޑިވްސް ލޭބަރ އެންޑް ސޯޝަލް ޑިމޮކްރެޓިކް ޕާޓީ
[8] Ahmed Shiham 2019 Social democracy
MTWD Maldives Third Way Democrats
މޯލްޑިވްސް ތަރޑް ވޭ ޑިމޮކެރެޓްސް
Ahmed Adeeb 2018 Third Way

Dissolved parties

Political Party Bill

On March 12, 2013, President Waheed ratified a new 'Political Party Bill',[1] replacing the guidelines established in 2005, when a multi-party system was created in the country. The bill saw the raising of the minimum number of members required to register a political party from 3000 to 10,000. With the ratification of the bill, all political parties which did not have 10,000 members registered were dissolved. From the 11 dissolved parties, Gaumee Itthihaad and Maldives Development Alliance presented the Elections Commission with the needed documents and retained their legitimacy.

The following is a list of parties dissolved under the new law:

Party   Political Position
Abbr. Name W Leader (at time of dissolution) Established in (Ideology)
PA People's Alliance
ޕީޕަލްސް އެލަޔަންސް
[9] Ahmed Nazim 2008
DQP Dhivehi Qaumee Party
ދިވެހި ޤައުމީ ޕާޓީ
[10] Hassan Saeed 2009
GIP Gaumee Itthihaad
ޤައުމީ އިއްތިޚާދު
[11] Mohamed Waheed Hassan 2008 Social democracy
Environmentalism
IDP Islamic Democratic Party
އިސްލާމިކް ޑިމޮކްރެޓިކް ޕާޓީ
[12] Hassan Zareer 2005 Islamism
Islamic democracy
MSDP Maldives Social Democratic Party
ދިވެހިރައްޔިތުންގެ ސޯޝަލް ޑިމޮކްރެޓިކް ޕާޓީ
Reeko Ibrahim Manik 2006
PP People's Party
ޕީޕަލްސް ޕާޓީ
Ahmed Riyaz 2007
MNC Maldives National Congress
މޯލްޑިވިއަން ނެޝަނަލް ކޮންގްރެސް
Ali Amjad (Deputy) 2007
SLP Social Liberal Party
ސޯޝަލް ލިބަރަލް ޕާޓީ
Mazlaan Rasheed 2007 Social liberalism
MLP Poverty Alleviating Party
މޯލްޑިވިއަން ލޭބަރ ޕާޓީ
Ahmed Moosa (Deputy) 2008 Socialism
MRM Maldives Reform Movement
މޯލްޑިވްސް ރިފޯމް މޫވްމަންޓް
- Mohamed Munnavaru 2011

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.haveeru.com.mv/news/47913# Archived March 16, 2013, at the Wayback Machine HaveeruOnline news article

External links

This page was last edited on 25 November 2019, at 09:52
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