After the presidential elections, the Democratic Party intends to propose a plan for Moldova overcoming the protracted economic crisis. This announced on Tuesday at a briefing its leader Pavel Filip, summing up the results of the meeting of the formation’s executive committee.
According to him, over the past three weeks, the PDM leadership has intensively met with party members and supporters in 23 districts, infotag.md reported.
“Everyone noted that the party made a rational and mature decision when not nominating its own candidate in this presidential election. Everyone is interested in what will happen after. We need to think more about how to combine efforts and bring the country out of the economic crisis,” the politician stressed …
He promised that “when the tension in the electoral race subsides and all its participants return to the ground,” the Democrats will propose a list of priorities to parliament, government and the president to lead the country out of the crisis.
Filip called the plan “a document that is urgently needed and awaited by citizens.” At the same time, he did not mention whether the Democratic Party will officially support any of the eight registered candidates in the elections.
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