Petition against drug rehab centre in the Maldives

The Maldivian students in the UK is launching this e-petition calling Gayyoom to launch an urgent inquiry into the leasing of rehabilitation services to Diameri-CENAPS that considers whether it was the right thing to do for our country. This initiative is taken because government can't afford to make a mistake on the rehabilitation services, as this is the hope and future of our brothers and sisters who have become victims of drugs. Gayyoom's regime must take the blame for failing to fight against drugs and reduce drug related crimes. As a result we see our young brothers and sisters as young as 11-12 years becoming victim of drugs. Today, almost every family in our country has a drug addict and continuously worry for their future. Families have faced financial ruins and their hopes for better life has shattered. This is what our government has failed to understand said the student. We are also calling on MPs, political parties, NGO's to take this issue seriously and do everything in their capacity to save the future of our country by saving the lives of our youth who are marred in drugs. Please support this campaign. Save Maldives Drug Rehab Centre from being abused by money hungry cronies of Gayyoom's regime.


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    tywoxonrcmb, China

    4 years ago Comments: CEqZ72 zvfljgvxbnqm, talywldlrsbp, ocppeszhzxth,
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    nashiya, Maldives

    8 years ago Comments: i totally support it and have other concerns too in the area! iths great u guys are taking the initiative!keep it up!
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    Salva, Sri Lanka

    8 years ago Comments: I just dont understand how most the people of Maldives can afford such huge amounts money to pay for rehabilitation, when they cannot even fullfil their daily needs. Do the government want the people to suffer more than they do, when most families have one or two children who use drugs. They should think twice before making such a bad decision.
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