President Maia Sandu proposed again Natalia Gavriliţa for the post of Prime Minister. The announcement was made in a press briefing in the evening of February 11, as a result of consultations held with the parliamentary groups, IPN reports
Maia Sandu said that the presidential administration received a letter by which 54 MPs propose a candidate for Prime Minister. The letter contains signatures of persons who she doubts stated their will freely, of persons who were involved in the bank fraud and of MPs who switched parties and parliamentary groups for several times.
Maia Sandu asked Natala Gavriliţa to form the team, to prepare the government program and to present them to Parliament.
On February 11, Parliament didn’t give a vote of confidence to the Cabinet proposed by the candidate for Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilița. The presentation of the government program, the question and answer session and the speeches given in Parliament today took about five hours. None of the attending MPs voted in favor of the proposed government. The Party of Socialists suggested Moldova’s former Ambassador in London Mariana Durleşteanu, ex-minister of finance, as a candidate for Prime Minister.