PDS deputy Sergiu Litvinenсo commented on the initiatives of some pro-European parliamentary formations who promote the idea of forming a “National Salvation” government.
He noted that there were not enough deputies to vote for such a government, but in this case the possibility of early elections may be excluded, cotidianul.md reported.
“Apart from controversies related to the Constitution (to which we will definitely return to), I hear a lot of discussions about the need to appoint a “National Salvation” government. Here the question arises: whose votes can such a government be appointed if 51 votes are needed for? PDS has 15 votes, DA – 11 votes, PNE – 1 vote, PDM – 11 votes. We get 38 votes in total. At least 13 more are needed. Where do we get them from? From Dodon + Nichiforciuc and Andronache (39 votes)? From “Shor” -Pentru Moldova (16 votes)? From Pro Moldova (7 votes)?” Litvinenсo commented on.
The MP insists that “it is impossible to form a reliable majority in the current parliament to appoint a government that works for the people.”
“Thus, without early parliamentary elections, the groups of Dodon-Plahotniuc-Shor-Nichiforciuc and Andronache will continue controlling Moldova.
There is one more interesting thing. The de facto Dodon-Plahotniuc-Shor-Nichiforciuc and Andronache group’s goal is not to rule the country, their goal, in addition to continuing theft is to avoid early elections. They hope the rating of their opponent will decrease,” the deputy noted.
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