Women's Day March


The march was organized by members of the Maldivian Democratic Party's women's branch along with their allied parties in commemoration on Women's Day, and the 'Joint Opposition' maintain that the march was not political.



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March 8, 2018: Officers of the Maldives Police Service's special operations unit were deployed to suppress a march in capital city Malé calling for gender equality today. While organized by the opposition parties, they maintain that the rally "was not political".

March 8, 2018: Officers of the Maldives Police Service's special operations unit were deployed to suppress a march in capital city Malé calling for gender equality today. While organized by the opposition parties, they maintain that the rally "was not political".

March 8, 2018: Officers of the Maldives Police Service's special operations unit were deployed to suppress a march in capital city Malé calling for gender equality today. While organized by the opposition parties, they maintain that the rally "was not political".

March 8, 2018: Officers of the Maldives Police Service's special operations unit were deployed to suppress a march in capital city Malé calling for gender equality today. While organized by the opposition parties, they maintain that the rally "was not political".

March 8, 2018: Officers of the Maldives Police Service's special operations unit were deployed to suppress a march in capital city Malé calling for gender equality today. While organized by the opposition parties, they maintain that the rally "was not political".

March 8, 2018: Officers of the Maldives Police Service's special operations unit were deployed to suppress a march in capital city Malé calling for gender equality today. While organized by the opposition parties, they maintain that the rally "was not political".

March 8, 2018: Officers of the Maldives Police Service's special operations unit were deployed to suppress a march in capital city Malé calling for gender equality today. While organized by the opposition parties, they maintain that the rally "was not political".

March 8, 2018: Officers of the Maldives Police Service's special operations unit were deployed to suppress a march in capital city Malé calling for gender equality today. While organized by the opposition parties, they maintain that the rally "was not political".

March 8, 2018: Officers of the Maldives Police Service's special operations unit were deployed to suppress a march in capital city Malé calling for gender equality today. While organized by the opposition parties, they maintain that the rally "was not political".

March 8, 2018: Officers of the Maldives Police Service's special operations unit were deployed to suppress a march in capital city Malé calling for gender equality today. While organized by the opposition parties, they maintain that the rally "was not political".

March 8, 2018: Officers of the Maldives Police Service's special operations unit were deployed to suppress a march in capital city Malé calling for gender equality today. While organized by the opposition parties, they maintain that the rally "was not political".

March 8, 2018: Officers of the Maldives Police Service's special operations unit were deployed to suppress a march in capital city Malé calling for gender equality today. While organized by the opposition parties, they maintain that the rally "was not political".

March 8, 2018: Officers of the Maldives Police Service's special operations unit were deployed to suppress a march in capital city Malé calling for gender equality today. While organized by the opposition parties, they maintain that the march "was not political".