PPPDA MP Stela Macari notified the Prosecutor General’s Office of alleged illegalities committed by the head of Dubăsari district Grigore Filipov. According to the MP, contrary to his fictional duties, Grigore Filipov allowed the unconstitutional authorities of the Transnistrian region to occupy the territories of the Moldovan-administered villages Roghi, Vasilievca and Corjova, IPN reports.
In a news conference, Stela Macari said President Igor Dodon promoted to high-ranking posts only persons loyal to the Kremlin regime, as Filipov, including by endangering state security and territorial integrity for which thousands of citizens, war veterans fought with arms in their hands. “We all know about Igor Dodon’s docility to Putin, but we now see how he turns into the servile servant of Krasnoselsky! And not alone, but together with Grigore Filipov, who holds the so-called Transnistrian nationality and who swore on Tiraspol’s “constitution” to serve the phantom state,” stated the MP.
PPPDA MP Kiril Moțpan said their party condemned this government’s inaction and asked to immediately call a meeting centering on the subject of the illegally set up checkpoints, but nothing was done. “The PPPDA also asked to implement the Constitutional Court judgment No.14 of 02.05.2017 concerning Transnistria as an “occupied territory”, this meaning the adoption of other measures and policies towards the Transnistrian regime and acceleration of the policies to democratize, de-criminalize and demilitarize the region, asking for guarantees to protect the rights and freedoms of the citizens of the Republic of Moldova in this region and all over Moldova’s territory in exchange for any foreign economic ties,” he stated.
The denouncement filed to the PGO says Grigore Filipov, acting in breach of the law on the local public administration, took no measures to maintain the territorial integrity of the Republic of Moldova, especially of the villages of the district he heads. He didn’t notify the President and other responsible authorities to take measures to maintain the territorial integrity of the Republic of Moldova and didn’t inform the police inspectorate to maintain public order and remove the obstacles created artificially in order to prevent the free movement and other constitutional rights of the citizens of Roghi, Vasilievca and Corjova.
Contacted by IPN for a comment, Grigore Filipov didn’t answer the phone, but later an employee of the Dubăsari District Council answered it and said that the district head was having a telephone discussion. Later, the calls were interrupted.