Parliament Speaker Igor Grosu confirmed the statement of Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilita that the answers to the questionnaire of the European Commission on the degree of Moldova’s readiness for EU accession will be presented in the coming days.
In an interview with Radio Chisinau, the Speaker said that the parliament has already completed its part of the questionnaire, deschide.md reports.
“The parliament did its homework last week. But compared to the government, ministries, we had less work. We have prepared everything and provided comprehensive data. There is information about how the parliament is organized, how it works, what is the internal system, how many members it has, political representation and much more. We are at an advanced stage, as we are working on the entire questionnaire now. Several institutions have contributed, we need to give it a unique shape and style so that it can be presented as soon as possible. And, I assure you, the document will be submitted very soon. It’s a matter of days,” Grosu said.
It should be noted that on Monday, April 18, Natalia Gavrilita was asked if the Chisinau authorities would be able to answer the questions included in the questionnaire of the European Commission by June, to which the head of government said that the answers would be offered much earlier, “It’s about a few days, not weeks,” Gavrilita said.