“When we speak about a technocratic government for which particular politicians and experts plead, we must consider particular persons. If a technocratic government is voted in, we will have to seek help from political figures from previous governments who brought the country to the current state. Maia Sandu and her team are trying to bring new people, but these do not know very well how the executive works. However, the people from the Grosu Government are new in politics and are incorruptible,” political analyst Anatol Țaranu stated in IPN’s public debate “Components of political confrontation and impact of this on society”.
The expert said the new government will have to fight corruption, to handle the pandemic and economic crisis or the path of snap parliamentary elections will be followed.
“In the current Parliament, there is a party that bears the family name of the party’s leader. This character was involved in the bank theft and he wants to assume the formation and functioning of a new executive. Corruption should be rooted out. We do not have another way out. The current political confrontation is between the idea of European democracy and an oligarchic system. Within the confrontation, everyone speaks about the national interests as being the major ones. At the same time, there are group interests in politics. To continue a political career, one should comply with these group interests,” stated Anatol Țăranu.
According to him, Parliament now includes dishonest persons, while the Moldovan political class is full of people who switched parties. “Some of the personages from the current legislature could enter the next Parliament. Sociological surveys show the Shor Party has chances of entering the future legislative body,” noted Anatol Țăranu.
The public debate “Components of political confrontation and impact of this on society” is the 179th installment of IPN’s project “Developing Political Culture through Public Debates” that is supported by the Hanns Seidel Foundation.