Housing the Supreme Court is perhaps the best idea so far proposed to make use of Theemuge, the former Presidential Palace. It would not only give an appropriate status to the building but also help to preserve the building in pristine condition.
Theemuge is important to Maldivians not because it was occupied by Maumoon Abdul Gayoom but because it was built with millions of dollars of public money and is part of our national wealth. Preserving the building in good condition is important not because it has sentimental value for the former first family but because its interior is made of expensive and delicate material, which would be damaged if unlimited access is given to all parts of the building.
Unlike the other ideas put forward for Theemuge such as operating offices, using it as Supreme Court would cause minimum damage to the building because the apex court would not be as crowded as a run-of-the-mill government office. So, let's hope this is the final idea for Theemuge for now.