The Party of Action and Solidary (PAS) welcomes the Constitutional Court’s decision by which the circumstances that justify the dissolution of Parliament of the tenth legislature were ascertained. The party noted it is waiting for the President’s decree to dissolve Parliament and call snap elections, IPN reports.
“We consider it is a favorable, just and opportune decision. We always affirmed that the main problem of this state is the incapable, irresponsible government that banked on a corrupt and toxic parliamentary majority,” the PAS noted in a press release.
The Constitutional Court on April 15 ruled that there are circumstances that justify the dissolution of Parliament. It noted that the impossibility of forming the Government, in accordance with Article 85, paragraphs 1 and 2 of the Constitution, is ascertained as a circumstance that justifies the dissolution of Parliament of the tenth legislature. The decision is definitive, cannot be challenged, takes effect when it is adopted and is published in the Official Gazette. Judge Vladimir Țurcan formulated a separate opinion, while judge Sergey Țurcan formulated a dissident opinion.
Two separate opinions on the decision were formulated by Vladimir Țurcan and Sergey Țurcan (dissident opinion). The opinions of the two CC judges haven’t been yet published.