The attacks came after "constant death threats," Mickail Naseem said.
The former ruling party lawmaker denied any undue influence.
Three family court judges were transferred to the criminal court and the civil court.
Sunjay Sudhir was formerly joint secretary at the petroleum and natural gas ministry.
The officials were summoned for a parliamentary inquiry.
The MageyMP site by Transparency Maldives shows attendance and voting records.
Ballots with marks or drawings were previously counted among valid votes.
The minister slammed the opposition's anti-India campaign.
Speaker Gasim removed the bill from the agenda after it was tabled for the fourth time.
Eleven lawmakers from the ruling coalition were absent.
Mariya Ahmed Didi came under fire for saying India could have occupied the Maldives.
There was a lack of quorum to put the bill to a vote.
The Supreme Court struck down a prohibition in the political parties law.
Opposition parties called for a postponement over former president Yameen's arrest.
Former president Nasheed declared over MVR5 million (US$324,000).
The opposition leader was detained for a money laundering trial.
Navaanavi decried the influence of big businesses and hidden campaign donors.