In the first 100 days of her presidency, Maia Sandu did practically nothing to consolidate society, which was promised during the election campaign.
Former Prime Minister Ion Chicu said this, criticizing the decisions made by Maia Sandu and the actions taken too late to trigger the parliament’s dissolution, stiri.md reports.
“During the first 100 days of her mandate, I did not assess Ms. Maia Sandu’s activities. This is a rule that I tried to follow, despite the fact that I was not treated in this way and I was attacked, including by her, even before I stepped into the government.
Once this period is over, as a citizen, I would only reproach the President for the fact that she did little or nothing to strengthen the society, as she promised in the campaign, and to restore the civil peace. The citizens of Moldova have become even more divided.
Another point that one can be reproached for is that she nominated candidates for the post of prime minister too late. If the first attempt had been made in the last days of December, and the second attempt – in early January, then in mid-February or no later than March 1, the conditions for the dissolution of parliament would have been met, and in June we would already have a government which a representative parliament would vote for.
Today is April, but there is still no clear date for the dissolution of parliament,” Chicu said.
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