Key from December 3, 2019 IPN newscast
Talk-show instead of order in the system
Former minister of health, social protection and family Ala Nemerenko said she found out many interesting things about different schemes for appropriating funds and the employment of relatives of hospital directors while holding office of minister and learned that some of the hospitals are no longer public institutions as they became possessions of particular. At the same time, MP of the Action and Solidarity Party Mihai Popșoi is hopeful that his party will return to power and will continue the justice sector reform.
Flying from Bryansk to Bosporus and Dardanelles
Prime Minister Ion Chicu says that by 2021, two more airports could be opened in Moldova, in the north and south of the country, in Marculești or Balți, and– probably in Ceadâr-Lunga. “My colleagues are already discussing with some companies from Germany, renowned in the industry, we will launch a competition when we have a clear understanding of how to act,” said the prime minister.
When everything was not at all tzimmes
Former Prime Minister Vlad Filat, who was sentenced to nine years in jail, was freed from prison on December 3. Vlad Filat’s lawyer Victor Munteanu told IPN that if Vlad Filat is willing to communicate something, he will do this in person or through the agency of his lawyers. I didn’t see the court ruling and cannot comment,” said Viorel Morari, the chief of the Anticorruption Prosecutor’s Office that managed the case.
Learn old Kissinger, learn!
The initiative of a Balanced Foreign Policy is an important one. Together with the convergence of the political positions by the Presidential Office, which drafted the initiative, and the Government, given its implementation potential, this initiative has all the chances of switching over swiftly from theory to practice. The issue was discussed by representatives of parliamentary groups at a public debate entitled “Balanced foreign policy: capacities, advantages, risks” that was staged by IPN News Agency and Radio Moldova.
“Shor” is for the people’s wellbeing, but will not vote
The parliamentary group of the Party “Dignity and Truth Platform” (PPPDA) that forms part of the ACUM bloc requested to impose a moratorium on the implementation of the “billion law” by which the burden of returning the funds stolen from the banking system is placed on the people. The amounts repaid so far by the people into the budget reportedly exceed 2.3 billion lei and these could have been used for social purposes or for infrastructure projects,” stated MPs of the PPPDA.
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