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|Leader||Mohammed Waheed Hassan|
|Secretary-General||Topy - Ahmed Thaufeeq|
|Headquarters||1st Floor |
Gaumee Itthihaad, English: National Unity Party) or GIP, was a political party in the Maldives headed by Dr. Mohammed Waheed Hassan, former President of Maldives, and the first Vice President of Maldives. The party was a generally pragmatic, and was part of the coalition including the former ruling party for the Republic of Maldives.[which?] Under the coalition agreement with the Maldivian Democratic Party, the GIP were awarded three seats in the cabinet; the Fisheries Ministry, the Education Ministry, and the Ministry for Economic Development and Trade, alhough these positions were revoked by the then-President in contravention of the coalition agreement.
The party was dissolved in 2013.