The leader of the Party “Dignity and Truth Platform” Andrei Năstase said that the leader of the Party of “Action and Solidarity” Maia Sadu during the election campaign assumed a number of commitments that were supported by the PPPDA. Therefore, they expect that Maia Sandu will deliver what she promised when she is sworn in. Asked what kind of relations he has now with Maia Sandu, the politician said they have a ‘correct’ relationship, IPN reports.
“I congratulated Missis Sandu and exchanged opinions. I expect all the procedures to take place, including at the Constitutional Court. I saw that in the recent period, during the election campaign, she undertook a series of commitments we made to the people. I expect the Parliament decision on state capture will be implemented and a series of commitments we made to the people will be fully delivered. The situation through which the Republic of Moldova goes now does not allow us to remain on the sidelines, especially because we have a President elected with the people’s support and this important,” Andrei Năstase stated in the program “Emphasis on today” on TVR Moldova channel.
Also, as regards the discussions about the inducing of snap parliamentary elections and the meeting of the ACUM Bloc, Andrei Năstase said he is one of those who pleaded for the formation of this bloc.
“I was the initiator of the ACUM Bloc and did my best for the bloc to resist in time. I think at the moment, each of our sides should identify themselves, others should reinvent themselves. The DA Platform at present is following a reinvention line and surely all the decisions remain at the discretion of the statutory bodies,” stated the politician.
As to the snap parliamentary elections, Andrei Năstase said the party he managed is ready for such elections.
“It is too early to speak about these things given that they weren’t induced and we do not have many prospects with snap elections. It’s yet certain that the Party “Dignity and Truth Platform” is ready for snap elections and we want them to take place as the current composition of Parliament does not represent the free will expressed by the people”.