Financing of renovation of Presidential Building by Turkey is inappropriate, PLR

The Liberal Reformist Party (PLR) expressed its bewilderment and indignation at President Igor Dodon’s plans to repair and restore the Presidential Building of Moldova that was destroyed during the April 2009 protests. According to the PLR, the idea of accepting financing for renovation form the Government of Turkey does not match the written and unwritten norms of a sovereign and independent state, IPN reports, with reference to a press release of the party.

According to the PLR, the financing of works to repair such important state buildings like the presidential one and the selection of contractors for the purpose are within the exclusive remit of the Moldovan authorities. “This axiom is strictly obeyed by the states that respect themselves. Such actions refer to the symbols of the sovereign state and state security and safety and these aspects cannot be ignored,” noted the party.

The PLR considers the separate and nontransparent negotiations held by President Dodon with the President of Turkey and representatives of the Turkish Government on the issue, including the reached agreements, seriously affect the safety and image of the Moldovan state. Any foreign investment is an investment of the given state and is based on an interest pursued in the state where the investment is made.

The party calls on the Government and Parliament to swiftly return to this subject and to annul the financial agreements reached with the Government of Turkey and allocate own resources for financing the restoration works. The PLR believes President Dodon violated a series of legal and moral principles of state sovereignty and Parliament should consider initiating the procedure for suspending him from office as an incompetent President.

The Presidential Building will start to be repaired in the second half of this month. The tender contest to choose the contractor that will renovate the building is over. The subject was discussed in a meeting of President Igor Dodon and Turkey’s Ambassador to Moldova Hulusi Kiliç, The repaired building will be inaugurated during the official visit that will be paid by President Erdoğan to Chisinau this May.

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