Civil Service Commission (CSC) President Mohamed Fahmy Hassan has decided not to resign from his post amidst accusations of sexually harassing a female CSC employee.
The Parliament's Independent Bodies Committee earlier concluded their probe in to the case declaring Fahmy guilty of sexual of harassment.
While the Parliament had earlier given 14 days for Fahmy to tender his resignation, Haveeru has found that Fahmy had sent a letter to the Parliament refusing to resign from his post. Fahmy had vehemently denied the accusations and labeled it as a “blatant lie”
As Fahmy had refused to tender his resignation, a decision on the case will then be made on the Parliament floor.
Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP) Women’s Spirit had earlier held protests calling for the resignation of the CSC President Fahmy.