Opposition vows to keep missing journo report confidential

Opposition Congress party parliamentary group leader Adam Shareef stated that national interest will come first to maintain the trust of the Parliament.

Former President Abdulla Yameen's Defence Minister Adam Shareef stated this in regard to Rilwan's murder case report that was put together by the Presidential commission, the report was shared with the parliamentary group leaders of political parties represented in parliament. However, the Parliament office took the report back due it having confidential information.

The report was taken back while the PG leaders was being criticised for not being able to keep the confidential information for themselves.

Shareef stated that the trust that the Parliament put in the PG leaderd will be maintained. He also said that the national interest will come first and no matter how much critism may be spoken in the parliament floor he will not step back in saying what needs to be said.

" The trust of the PG leaders will be maintained, nation interest will come first, no matter the amount of criticism face on Parliament floor, what needs to be said will be said without stepping back." Shareef said.

Parliament President Mohamed Nasheed stated he has no doubt that the PG leaders will maintain the confidentiality of the contents of the report of the murder of the Minivan News Journalist Ahmed Rilwan that was publicised by the Presidential Commission. The head of the commission set up to investigate murders and enforced disappearances, Husnu Al Suood presented Nasheed with Rilwan's case report. Suood requested to contain the confidential details from the report. However, all the details of the report have become public.