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07 February 2018, 01:25 | Myrtle Vega
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The government did not comment on soldiers entering the Supreme Court building or on Mr Gayoom's arrest, but the president's main rival, who lives in exile, urged people not to obey what he called an "unlawful order". "This is something more unsafe", President Yameen Abdul Gayoom said on national television.
In a post on his Twitter account, Nasheed "humbly requested" upon India and the U.S. to ensure that political detainees are released and choke the government's finances.
Judges are "without any food now", Suood said, adding that the chief justice asked the public "to protect him and the institution".
"The emergency means the Supreme Court activities are suspended and nobody is in charge of the judiciary".
Yameen, who has rolled back a series of democratic reforms during his five years in office, has said that the court overstepped its authority in ordering the politicians released, saying the order "blatantly disrupts the systems of checks and balances".
Invoking sweeping emergency powers, the government has arrested the Chief Justice, Abdulla Saeed, another Supreme Court judge, Justice Ali Hameed, a former president, Maumoon Abdul Gayoom, the former president's son-in-law, Mohamed Nadheem, and the head of the Department of Judicial Administration, Hassan Saeed.
The picturesque Indian Ocean archipelago, which has seen a number of political crises since the ouster of its first democratically-elected president Nasheed in 2012, plunged into chaos on Thursday last when the apex court ordered the release of nine imprisoned opposition politicians, maintaining that their trials were "politically motivated and flawed".
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