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Moldovan Constitutional Court to issue ruling on lawfulness of agreement on loan with Russia on 7 May

16:43 | 28.04.2020 Category: Political

Chisinau, 28 April /MOLDPRES/ - The Constitutional Court (CCM) on 7 May will give its ruling on the appealing of the Law No 57 from 23 April 2020 concerning the agreement between the governments of Moldova and Russia on the 200-million-euros-worth loan.  

According to a press release spread today, all notifications submitted by Moldovan MPs were declared admissible and connected in a single file.

The CCM judges on 23 April suspended the action of the law on the ratification of the agreement on loan with Russia.

The Constitutional Court’s action took place, after the parliament had passed the document’s ratification in two readings. Three lawmakers submitted notifications, considering that the agreement would contain disadvantageous conditions for the Moldovan state.  

Also on 7 May, the Constitutional Court will pronounce the operative part of the judgement on the electoral system based on which eventual snap parliamentary elections are to be held. The notification was submitted by MPs Sergiu Litvinenco, Alexandru Slusari and Vasile Bolea in October 2019, after the return from the mixed voting system to the proportional voting system.   


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