Maia Sandu believes the Chicu Government must leave, also because this is what the results of the November 15 presidential runoff show, IPN reports.
“The outcome of the November 15 elections refers not only to Igor Dodon, but also to his Government and to the system he inherited from Plahotniuc and continued to use against the people. The Government must leave,” President-elect Maia Sandu told a news conference.
She noted that before leaving, the executive must fulfill its duties, namely to present the 2021 draft state budget to Parliament for adoption. This budget should contain assistance for business entities, including for the agricultural sector and the health system, and resources for the people with small incomes, who do not have other support, and those who live below the poverty line.
Maia Sandu considers the current Government’s resignation is the shortest path to snap parliamentary elections. Asked if her colleagues in Parliament will propose a motion of no-confidence, the President-elect said they will consider all the ways and will choose the most suitable one.