Nasheed moved to Ghana without informing Parliament

Central Machangolhi MP Mohamed Nasheed. (Photo/People's Majlis)

Parliament says that former president Mohamed Nasheed, the incumbent Central Machangolhi MP, did not inform them before temporarily moving to Ghana.

Communications Director Hassan Ziyau told Sun on Wednesday that Nasheed has not informed the Parliament regarding what he plans to do with his responsibilities at the Parliament.

Ziyau said Nasheed has not applied for a leave, and will continue to receive his salary for the remaining three months of his term.

In a post on X on Tuesday night, Nasheed announced that he had arrived in Accra, Ghana, to assume his responsibilities as the secretary general of the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF).

“…this will be my home for a few years,” he said.

CVF was established in 2009, while Nasheed had been in office.

Last month, Nasheed announced that he was taking “a respite from active politics” to assume his new post as the CVF’s secretary general.