56 out of 67 pledges have been fulfilled from targets set for the first 30 working days.
The personal finances of the president, vice president and ministers is to be made public for the first time.
There's no hope of justice with corrupt judges on the bench, the presidential inquiry commission's chair declared.
Muaz insinuated that a video showing fire on the president's speedboat was doctored.
Speakers heaped praise on Adeeb at the inaugural meeting of the Maldives Third-Way Democrats.
The new party is to be named People's National Congress.
Primaries will be held to elect MDP candidates for 77 constituencies.
President Solih dismissed the opposition's criticism over debt and sovereignty.
A UN committee was told last month the Maldives would vote yes.
The funds were pledged as budget support, currency swap agreements and concessional lines of credit.
There was a lack of quorum to vote on a bill to legally empower presidential commissions.
January 28 is the tentative date to start accepting applications from candidates.
A bilateral agreement on visa leniency will be signed during the state visit.
Yameen was questioned about about suspected illegal transactions.
The aid includes US$7 million to strengthen maritime security.
The media council was criticised for the recognition of the broadcasting regulator's chief and the omission of ex-president Nasheed.
The president promoted Major General Abdulla Shamaal and Assistant Commissioner of Police Mohamed Hameed.