The president of the Pro Moldova Party Andrian Candu said it is fashionable in the Republic of Moldova for the politicians to urge to hold snap elections, but many MPs realize that the snap elections can bring about no solutions, but imply costs, uncertainty and political confrontation.
“When there are particular changes, as we have now in the presidential administration, and when there is a government that is rather unsteady and is more a minority government that is directly supported by the Socialists, and when there are particular big changes in society from political viewpoint, I think it is logical to have snap elections and to bring about changes in Parliament,” Andrian Candu stated in the program “Fourth Power” on N4 TV channel.
However, he noted the snap legislative elections do not guarantee that another majority for governing the country will be formed in the new legislative body.
“The question is, what changes will be made in Parliament after the snap elections? Who will form a majority? Can majorities be formed or we will live form transition to transition, from snap elections to snap elections, from disappointment to disappointment from now on?” noted Andrian Candu.
According to him, it is now fashionable in Moldova to say that you are for snap parliamentary elections. “But many MPs realize that the snap elections can bring about no solutions, but imply costs, uncertainty and political confrontation.”
The ex-Speaker said he is aware that the new political party he manages can fail to enter Parliament as a result of snap elections.
“To take part in snap elections, you need a strategy, a message, a team. You need more things. There are variants and variants as regards the preparation of a team for the parliamentary elections. We know very well that if the team is good and mobilizes, and the good teams mobilize and know how to work, from 2% or 3% of the poll you can reach 5% in 4-5 months. There are many aspects. Politics is ultimately an art.”