What Happen on Social Media After President Nasheed announced that he will not run for President.
In light of the fact that @ElectionsMv have written to MDP saying that I can’t contest in the upcoming Presidential Elections, I have decided to relinquish my Presidential ticket. I hope to do this at MDP’s 3rd Congress. The EC’s decision is illegal and they must be sanctioned.
— Mohamed Nasheed (@MohamedNasheed) June 29, 2018
My prayer is you will be back to lead us, united with the people & the land you hold so dearly. My wish is that the country can do justice to the great man you are.
— Eva Abdulla 🎈❓ (@evattey) June 29, 2018
It’s heartbreaking that Prez @MohamedNasheed has decided not run in 2018 Presidential elections but he’s always put what’s best for Maldives first. Thank you, sir. You lead by example. Same way MDP has always had a primary & let its grassroots vote for someone to represent us.
— Farah Didi 🎈 (@FarahDidi) June 29, 2018
I welcome the decision by Former President @MohamedNasheed to step back from the race and pave the way for new leadership within MDP! @MDPSecretariat. A mature decision indeed. pic.twitter.com/b9gwDr7Feg
— Dunya Maumoon (@dunyamaumoon) June 29, 2018
— Nash (@maryam_nashwa) June 29, 2018
— Husnu Al Suood (@hsuood) June 29, 2018
— 𝐀𝐡𝐦𝐞𝐝 𝐌𝐚𝐡𝐥𝐨𝐨𝐟 (@AhmedMahloof) June 29, 2018
Thank you President @MohamedNasheed for your farsighted decision. You have always given the highest priority to the well being of our people.
I am confident Hon. @ibusolih will be the 2018 MDP Presidential Candidate. I congratulate Hon. Ibrahim M.Solih and wish him every success. https://t.co/7lfpk0amTg
— Fuwad Thowfeek (@FuwadThowfeek) June 29, 2018
He resigned his presidency in 2012 so that there may not be bloodshed. He now gives up his candidacy in 2018 so that fellow Maldivians may have victory over tyranny. Thats called putting “Nation First” over personal ambition.That’s being honorable.
— A Ghafoor Mohamed (@aghafoormohamed) June 29, 2018
Qaumai rayyithunge maslahath iskurava dharinai dharinge haguga Raees @MohamedNasheed thiya ninmevi ninmevumakee dhuniyeah namoonaa eh. Maruhabaa dhannavan! #JazeeraaRajjeyge huvafen hageegathakah hedhevumah mi ee feshumeh.#JAZEERARAEES @MDPSecretariat. pic.twitter.com/MNsKYNPuVE
— Saud Hussain MP (@SaudVillingili) June 29, 2018
Dear President @MohamedNasheed, It has been known that you take the right decision at the last minute, to save our country. You have shown this on 07th Feb 2012 by resigning from office. Now today you stepped back, again, to save our country! TRUE HERO! pic.twitter.com/ixoFDZJEnb
— Choo 🇲🇻 (@emmen_eky) June 29, 2018
Heart-broken, sad and devastated that Raees @MohamedNasheed isn’t contesting. 😓🙁😢 There is no one who deserves more than Nasheed to lead us. With this, we are still determined to go out and defeat YAG! We shall and we will, IA. pic.twitter.com/DeKbHv57mY
— Ali Hashim Didi (@hashimex) June 29, 2018
— Thayyib #PN2018 (@thayyib) June 29, 2018
— #JazeeraRaajje (@Simwarr) June 29, 2018
— Leela (@leelamad) June 29, 2018
— Usay for #JazeeraRaees (@usaymat) June 28, 2018
MDP has been forced to abandon the candidate of its choice – a choice made by over 43,000 party members! Why and what for are people being congratulated?
— Aeko Fathih (@aekofathih) June 29, 2018
You will always be my Hero! 💛💔@MohamedNasheed
— Mayan (@Mayan_17) June 29, 2018
— Mohamed Mamshooq Marzooq (@realMammu) June 29, 2018
We welcome for the bold decision of Mohamed Nasheed to refrain from contesting in the upcoming election, and it gives a hope for a unified oppsition to challenge the dictator, we all are with the leadership of MDP,!
— Maldives Trade Union (@MTradeUnion) June 29, 2018