COLOMBO (AFP) - The Maldivian parliament Monday voted to hold a secret vote on a no-confidence motion against President Mohamed Waheed in a move that threatens the leader who took charge during turmoil less than a year ago. The 75-member parliament voted 41 to 34 in favour of a secret vote against Waheed who took power after the ousting of the country’s first democratically elected president in February, the parliament website showed. No date has been fixed to take up the no-trust vote, but the MDP has expressed confidence of mustering the required simple majority to topple Waheed who depends on a coalition of parties for survival.