MNP unveils temporary logo, Nazim says party belongs to no specific person

Maldives National Party's temporary logo (Photo/MNP's twitter)

Maldives National Party (MNP) – the new political party Former Defense Minister, Dhangethi MP Colonel (Retired) Mohamed Nazim is spearheading has unveiled its temporary logo.

Speaking to Sun today, Nazim noted that the temporary logo will be used in order to kick-start the work of the party. 

He also detailed that formalities pertaining to the formation of the party are being carried out speedily – and that they would soon submit an application to the Elections Commission to officially register the party.

Dhangethi MP Colonel (Retired) Mohamed Nazim. (Sun Photo/Fayaz Moosa)

“As I have said before even, this party belongs to no specific person,” Nazim also added.

According to the Political Parties Act, the signature of 3000 members is required to register a political party. Nazim noted that the number has been secured – thus the party is expected to be registered in the upcoming days.

“By god’s will, the party shall always remain active. Even at a time that I am not there, the party’s work shall continue under the leadership of someone else,” Nazim had also said.