Chairman of the Party of Socialists (PSRM), ex-president Igor Dodon believes that the inaction of the current president, Maia Sandu, has caused a political, constitutional and government crisis in the country. In this regard, Dodon intends discussing this issue with the party’s executive committee on January 18. The PSRM press service reported.
“The country faces a political, constitutional and governmental crisis provoked by the inaction of the current president. In this regard, as the chairman of the PSRM, the most influential political force in Moldova with the largest representation in the country’s parliament, I decided to convene the Executive Committee of the Party of Socialists on Monday, to discuss the difficult political situation in the country after the new president election,” on January 15 Dodon said.
Recall, earlier in an interview with TASS Dodon said that Sandu has no control over the government and parliament and she cannot influence the internal political life of the country.
Get real time update about this post categories directly on your device, subscribe now.