Former deputy of the Moldovan parliament, Grigore Petrenco, claimed that PDS leader Maia Sandu violated the right of other candidates to run in the presidential elections.
He wrote about this on the social network after Sandu announced collecting 30 thousand signatures, but submitting only 25 thousand, noi.md reported.
“Why bringing 30 thousand signatures when, according to the law from 15 to 25 must be submitted? After all, collecting extra signatures violates the rights of other candidates, which means this is a reason to appeal registration. Can anyone explain their logic?” Petrenco asked.
Clarify, the analysis the portal realitatea.md published notes that “in these conditions, given the 30 thousand signatures collected in Maia Sandu’s favor, two possible candidates could be registered. Thus, Maia Sandu limited a potential candidate for the post of head of state in collecting the necessary signatures to stand as a candidate for the November 1, presidential elections.
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