MDP representatives walked out of Tuesday's meeting of the national election advisory committee.
The Adhaalath Party leader was transferred to house arrest as repair work is being carried out on his jail cell.
Overdue infrastructure development would take decades without foreign loans, Yameen contended.
Ex-foreign minister Naseem accused the government of "giving land to China which could be converted into military bases."
India's reduction of the quota allocations of staple foodstuff to the Maldives sparked fears of price hikes.
The jogging track was closed for "purposes of the ministry of youth and sports" but remained empty when police blocked the 'Jazeera Run'.
The suspended councillors include president of the Ukulhas council with the MDP congress due to place on the island on June 30.
Some 1,449 people on the list were below the voting age, 412 were deceased, and 76 names were repeated.
The three-judge panel's decision triggers the automatic removal of their former colleagues from the bench.
The Adhaalath Party and former president Gayoom's aides denied any agreement to back a JP-led coalition in September's presidential election.
The Prosecutor General's office declined to press charges against the three opposition lawmakers.
The Anti-Corruption Commission says the state incurred heavy losses due to a 2013 settlement agreement with Villa that waived rent for properties leased for resort development.
The controversial 'winter theme park' in the capital has an ice skating rink, a slide and snow corner.
Foreign investments will no longer be authorised in event management, renting of audiovisual equipment, and sale or renting of musical instruments.
Ahmed 'Papa' Fayaz served more than two years on obstruction charges in connection with an explosion on the president's speedboat.
Hospital staff were accused of refusing to put the patient on a ventilator as advised by the doctor because they "wanted to make the necessary memo...
Obstruction of justice carries a jail term of almost five months.