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Spongie555

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The President of Maldives resigned today after a police protest which is leading to instability in the country. Could be an opportunity for the monarchy to come back? The one problem is no one know who or where the current heir to the Maldives throne is. Here is some commentary on the topic by the Radical Royalist:

http://radicalroyalist.blogspot.com/2012/02/another-failed-republic-maldives.html

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If there is no visible heir, then it seems extremely unlikely that the monarchy would be restored.
gianni

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I try to see if there is an  Heir of Royal House of Maldives, but I did not find anything. 
Can someone else try and let us know  if  Some Crown Prince exists ?

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Wikipedia lists Muhammad Nooraddeen, son of the penultimate sultan, as the current pretender.

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 Thank you  for your information,  dear friend  Pragmatist

I have been on Wikipedia  but  I did not find th name of  Muhammad Nooraddeen.

Anyway  important  is to know  that  an Heir  exsistes.

The future is  open. . . . . .
Gianni

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