When the country’s Constitution, which is the supreme law that governs all the other decisions, regulations and documents, clearly provides that the European integration objective of Moldova is a key priority, this becomes a powerful symbolical message, Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration Iurie Leancă was quoted by IPN as saying in the talk show “Issue of the Day” on Canal2 channel.
“Regrettably, after 27 years of independence, we haven’t yet ensured irreversibility on the path to the West. We still have many revanchist, nostalgic forces that pursue entirely different objectives, misleading the people,” stated Iurie Leancă.
He noted that the vote in Parliament on the issue can be considered a very serious test of maturity and responsibility for Moldova’s future. “I hope a lot that reason will triumph and all those who say they are pro-European, pro-West and show their boundless love for the European integration objective will vote for this amendment,” said the politician.