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Excerpt from report by Maldives privately-owned newspaper Haveeru Daily website on 29 January
Male, 29 January: Supporters of opposition Dhivehi Rayyithunge Party (DRP) supreme leader Maumoon Abdul Gayoom vowed today to take revenge if he receives any physical harm.
Gayoom's spokesperson Mohamed "Mundu" Shareef said Gayoom should not be considered an ordinary citizen and added that an attack against Gayoom would change the Maldivian political situation.
Shareef's comments come a day after supporters of the DRP and the ruling Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP) clashed violently in Kaadehdhoo, as Gayoom arrived in the island on his way to Gaaf Alif Atoll …