The Republic of Moldova is passing a very important test of political maturity, says Ramona Strugariu, Vice President of the European Parliament Delegation to the EU-Moldova Parliamentary Association Committee.
The MEP argues that Moldova’s pro-European path must continue with the same resolve as before, and assures that the EU will support our country in this process, moldova1.md reports.
“Moldova is an EU candidate country. It is a merit of joint efforts of the presidency and the government. This balance must continue, reforms must go on, Moldova is now passing a very important test of political maturity. (...) The pro-European path of state reforms must continue with the same commitment as before. People are waiting for stability and solutions”, Ramona Strugariu posted.
The MEP thanked Acting Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilita for the good cooperation at the European level and expressed confidence that “this will continue to be the case”.
“Thank you, Natalia, for all your efforts, for your courage and for all the good things you have done to bring Moldova closer to the European Union. We stay together,” Ramona Strugariu, vice-president of the European Parliament delegation to the EU-Moldova Parliamentary Association Committee, concluded her message.
Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilita announced her resignation on Friday, February 10, after almost a year and a half in office. On the same day, President Maia Sandu nominated current presidential advisor Dorin Recean as candidate for Prime Minister. He is expected to seek a parliamentary vote of confidence on his agenda and the entire government list within 15 days after his appointment.
It should be noted that the Government Law provides that the resignation of the Prime Minister automatically entails the resignation of the entire Cabinet. According to constitutional provisions, the program of activities and the list of the new government are discussed in a session of Parliament. The Legislative Assembly grants confidence in the executive branch by a majority vote of the elected deputies.