After early elections, therewill be a sufficient number of deputies to form a pro-European alliance in the future parliament. At the same time, there should be unionist forces in the future Legislative Assembly.
This stated the Acting Chairman of the PDS Igor Grosu on the air of the program on TVR Moldova.
“I believe that parliament will enter pro-European parties that PDS will be able to conclude an alliance with. We talk with the leaders of other parties and if they campaign well, then chances to gather votes from the right and the center will be higher,” Grosu said.
He stressed that the unionist electorate deserves to be represented in parliament.
“I want parties that declare themselves unionist to choose the right and best strategy for their campaign. If they don’t go separately, then chances increase for the threshold to be crossed. We are in constant contact with these parties and we want this electorate segment to be represented in parliament. Otherwise, these votes will be redistributed,” Grosu added.
Grosu assured that the PDS will no longer form a coalition with PSRM, as the experience of 2019 showed that “alliances with Igor Dodon are toxic.”
The PDS leader is also convinced that early parliamentary elections will take place, since all the conditions for parliament dissolution have been met.
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