Komandoo by-election campaign concludes with colorful events

Flags and posters of political parties contesting in Komandoo by-election at Sh. Komandoo harbor. (Photo/Twitter)

The campaign of Sh. Komandoo parliamentary seat by-election scheduled to take place tomorrow has concluded with colorful events.

Campaigning after 6:00pm this evening, is banned.

The political parties contesting in the election scheduled for tomorrow are the main party in the government coalition, Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP), opposition Progressive Party of Maldives (PPM) and newly formed Maldives National Party (MNP). The three parties conducted campaign events at the three islands of Komandoo constituency as well as in Male’ City.

MDP's candidate for the Komandoo by-election is Mohamed Raashid. PPM’s candidate is Moosa Fathuhy Adam. MNP’s candidate is Abdul Hannan Idrees.

In concluding the opposition PPM’s campaign events – rallies were held at the three islands belonging to the constituency being - Komandoo Foakaidhoo and Maroshi – this evening. A ceremony was also held at Komandoo to conclude campaign events which saw the participation of senior officials from the opposition coalition.

Rally held by PPM to conclude Komandoo by-election campaign. (Photo/PPM)

PPM’s campaign at three islands had concluded with a Dua’a.

Ruling MDP had visited houses in Komandoo constituency islands as part of the campaign. The closing of campaign events took place at Foakaidhoo; in form of a rally. The rally saw the participation of senior MDP members and parliament members. The rally ended with a Dua’a as well.

Rally held by MDP to conclude Komandoo by-election campaign. (Photo/MDP)

To conclude their campaign, MNP held events at three islands of Komandoo constituency as well as an evening tea at the party’s Male’ campaign hall. Their campaign also concluded with a Dua’a.

Rally held by MNP to conclude Komandoo by-election campaign. (Photo/MNP)

Elections Commission said that voting will commence at 8:00am in the morning tomorrow. Vote boxes will be kept at the three islands in Komandoo constituency, as well as in Male’ City. The two vote boxes in Male’ City will be at Iskandar School.

In addition to Komandoo parliamentary seat by-election, the by-elections of Th. Vilifushi and GA. Gemanafushi’s Women’s Development Committees will also take place tomorrow.