Post Originals  ·   March 30, 2012

Mohamed Nasheed on State Department meeting, possible changes in policy (2:19)

- Mohamed Nasheed, the first democratically-elected president of the Maldives, left office in early February under conditions he described as a coup. On March 30, Nasheed visited the State Department -- which initially supported the new government but has hesitated to join calls for early elections -- then visited The Washington Post, where he described his meeting with Under Secretary for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman. ()

- Mohamed Nasheed, the first democratically-elected president of the Maldives, left office in early February under conditions he described as a coup. On March 30, Nasheed visited the State Department -- which initially supported the new government but has hesitated to join calls for early elections -- then visited The Washington Post, where he described his meeting with Under Secretary for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman. ()

Mohamed Nasheed on State Department meeting, possible changes in policy (2:19) (2:19)

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