Party of Socialists (PSRM) MP Bogdan Tsirdea said that the leader of the Action and Solidarity Party (PAS) Maia Sandu and the head of the Democratic Party Pavel Filip met in parliament to discuss the government resignation. The deputy announced this on September 3, in his telegram channel. PAS confirmed that the conversation between Sandu and Filip took place, and noted that the leaders of the parties discussed the "catastrophic situation in the country."
“Pavel Filip recently held several meetings with the EU and US ambassadors. Today he met with Maia Sandu in parliament. It seems that the democrats are starting their own game aimed at Ion Chicu government’s resignation and formation of a new parliamentary majority,” Tsirdea wrote.
PAS spokeswoman Aurica Jardan confirmed to Unimedia
that Sandu and Filip had a meeting to discuss the "catastrophic situation in the country."
“We are in a difficult economic situation. We communicate with various parties discussing the catastrophic situation in the country. We also talked with Mr. Filip. We have nothing to hide. These accusations of the socialists in the so-called conspiracies to resign the government prove one thing: Dodon and the socialists ruined the country, they admit they no longer control the situation in the country and are ready to unite with the fugitives,” Jardan said.
Pavel Filip has not yet commented on the meeting with the PAS leader Maia Sandu.