A member of the Presidential Commission on Murders and Enforced Disappearances, Adam Ibrahim, has resigned from his position at the commission.
Speaking to RaajjeMV, the spokesperson for the president's office, Ibrahim Hood confirmed that the president's office's received Adam's resignation on Sunday.
As such, Head of the Commission, Husnu Al Suood, resigned from his post at the commission earlier this week, following his recent appointment to the Supreme Court.
Following the resignation of both Adam and Suood, only three members remain at the commission. They are Misbah Abbas, Fareesha Abdulla, and Ahmed Nashid.
The Commission on Murders and Enforced Disappearances was formed to fulfill President Solih's electoral pledge to find the truth behind murders and disappearances, that have been left unresolved due to a lack of proper investigation by the relevant authorities.
President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih formed the Commission on Murders and Enforced Disappearances a year ago, on his first day in office. While it has been tasked to investigate over 20 deaths and disappearance, it has since completed inquiries into the murder of former Ungoofaaru constituency MP, Dr. Afrasheem, and journalist Ahmed Rilwan's abduction and murder.