Muizzu pledges to lead by example in combating corruption

Dr. Mohamed Muizzu, the presidential candidate of the People's National Congress (PNC), has pledged to lead by example in combating corruption under his government.

At a campaign event in Gan, Laamu Atoll, Muizzu said that the aspirations outlined in his manifesto can only be achieved through integrity and a steadfast rejection of corruption. He reassured the citizens that there would be transparency within his government, promising to dismiss any individual found involved in corrupt practices within his administration.

Additionally, Muizzu highlighted the establishment of an impartial judiciary as a cornerstone of his government's agenda. He also outlined key policies in the education sector and pledged to introduce a dedicated curriculum subject to nationalism, fostering an appreciation for the Dhivehi language and Islam among students.

Furthermore, Muizzu pledged to forgive fines related to the late or non-payment of monthly rent for social housing throughout the country. He also expressed his commitment to reclaiming various lagoons in the Greater Male' Region, with the goal of expanding housing opportunities for the public. He said the plan includes the reclamation of 900 hectares in Fushidhiggaru Falhu, 260 hectares in Gulhi Falhu, and 150 hectares in Giraavaru Falhu.