Ibrahim Hussein Zaki

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Ibrahim Hussein Zaki is a politician of the Maldives and the special envoy to the President of the Maldives.

Zaki is a former Cabinet Minister of the Maldives government. He also served as the Secretary General of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC).[1]

In November 2006, Zaki, then acting President of the MDP, was arrested for "inciting enmity against the lawful government".[2]

In November 2012, Zaki and his son Mohamed Hamdan Zaki were among the arrested in Hondaidhoo Island in the Maldives along with two other Members of Parliament in an alcohol and drug related bust.[3] Mr. Zaki had fled the Maldives and lived in self-exile, in India until 12 August 2013.[4] Fresh charges have since been forwarded for prosecution by the Police.[5]

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