The Party “Dignity and Truth Platform” (PPPDA) invites the pro-European parties and the President to consultations. The party reiterated its proposal to assume a minority government after the presidential decree by which Natalia Gavrilița was nominated for premiership the second time was declared unconstitutional, IPN reports.
The party’s leader Andrei Năstase said the PPPDA continues to plead for snap parliamentary elections organized by a responsible pro-European government able to manage the crises in society. “The Party “Dignity and Truth Platform” reiterates it official position that it can assume a minority pro-European government able to manage the most pressing problems of the people and the country and to organize free and fair snap elections,” the politician noted in a statement.
The PPPDA also invites the responsible pro-European parties and the country’s President to urgent consultations so as to swiftly identify solutions to overcome the generalized crisis. “We firmly reject any propagandistic and manipulative narrative aimed at preventing the stabilization of the political situation in the Republic of Moldova through the agency of a minority government assumed by the Party “Dignity and Truth Platform”,” stated Andrei Năstase.
The decree issued by President Maia Sandu, by which Natalia Gavrilița was nominated for premiership again, was declared unconstitutional. The Constitutional Court partially accepted the challenge filed by Socialist MPs, holding that for Article 98, par. 1 of the Constitution to be obeyed, the parliamentary groups and the President of the Republic of Moldova must have new consultations.
The politician made his call after the Constitutional Court passed its judgment by which the President’s decree was declared unconstitutional, but before the briefing held by President Maia Sandu, who ended by saying: “At snap elections or at referendum, the citizens will decide their and the country’s future”.