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Moldovan Democratic Party not prepared to make ruling coalition

13:34 | 13.11.2019 Category: Political

Chisinau, 13 November /MOLDPRES/ - The Democratic Party of Moldova  (PDM) is ready to vote a government due to promote the initiatives started by PDM and it does not matter who is going to propose it. The Democrats’ leader, Pavel Filip, has made statements to this effect after the consultations with the Moldovan president. Filip noted that his formation was not ready to be part of a ruling coalition.   

According Pavel Filip, PDM has its own agenda and is under reformation. “At the same time, we have our conditions; we have social programmes ceased by the Sandu government. If a prime minister and a cabinet are put forward, which take into account the Democrats’ proposals, and it does not matter where this PM comes from, if our wishes are taken into consideration, we will discuss the subject at the National Political Council,” Filip said.   

MPs of the ACUM bloc and the Party of Socialists (PSRM) also went to consultations with the head of state today. At the end of the consultations, the ACUM bloc informed that it would insist on maintaining the candidacy of Maia Sandu for the position of prime minister.  

The Socialists said they did not want snap elections and were willing to preserve the alliance, yet, with a reset alliance and a new governmental structure.

The cabinet of ministers led by PM Maia Sandu was dismissed through motion of censure on 12 November. Sixty three MPs of the Party of Socialists and Democratic Party voted for the government’s dismissal. After the motion’s adoption, the European Union, Romania and the USA conveyed messages for the Moldovan political leaders, in which they reiterated the need to reform the justice.   



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