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DA Platform Party faction of Chisinau Municipal Council has three new councilors

14:03 | 07.10.2021 Category: Social

Chisinau, 7 Octber /MOLDPRES/- Chisinau Municipal Council today assigned five councilor mandates instead of the four councilors of the Action and Solidarity Party faction and one of the PCRM faction, who announced their resignation.

The five new city councilors took the place of the PAS councilors who elected the position of deputy in the Parliament and of a councilor from the Communist Party. Thus, the faction of the DA Platform Party has three more councilors, the PCRM faction has one more and another councilor has been added to the PAS faction.

"Based on the resignation requests, the mandates of the councilors are raised: Trubca Alexandru, Munteanu-Pojoga Angela, Grădinaru Vasile, Ina Coșeru, from PAS and the mandate of councilor Rusol Nicolai from the Communist Party. At the same time, the mandates of councilors in CMC were assigned to the alternate candidates: Rusu Aurel, Tîșcu Ala, Umaneț Anatolie, Țurcan Ilie, from the ACUM DA PAS lists and Filimon Ivan, from the PCRM lists ", said Adrian Talmaci, secretary of the Chisinau Municipal Council .

The unique situation is due to the fact that on the electoral list for the local elections, the Action and Solidarity Party had few substitutes.

In ealry August, in a press conference, the municipal councilors of the PAS Fraction, from the Chisinau Municipal Council announced that, out of the 7 councilors, who were on the party's electoral list, in the parliamentary elections of 11 This July, 5 entered Parliament. Of the 5, one resigned as a deputy in favor of a councilor in the CMC. It's about Zinaida Popa.

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