It's been a rollercoaster ride to voting day, even by Maldivian standards.
Mohamed Shainee is a confidant of President Abdulla Yameen.
The products aren't always made in the Maldives, but they are designed by Maldivians.
Nobody believes the Elections Commission and nobody respects it, says its former chief.
The Maldives Independent does not condone election rigging.
There are seven countries with embassies in the Maldives. What do they want from the presidential election?
The government has watered down the Maldives' traditional ‘India-first’ foreign policy.
Malé has seen a wave of art shows and exhibitions in recent months.
There is a sinister side to the gauntlet of dress codes and timekeeping.
The police and Prosecutor General's Office have said nothing about the trial verdict.
If the president thought prison would silence his former right-hand man, he was wrong.
There are concerns about voter manipulation, transparency and confusion caused by the changes.
There has been anger over changes to how and where Maldivians can vote in September.
The government has been warned "not to get caught up in its own propaganda."
Nasheed's decision not to run for president shocked, and even divided, the party he leads.