Public policy expert Ştefan Gligor anticipates three scenarios for the political class from Moldova’s Parliament. According to him, the Party “Action and Solidarity”, the Party “Dignity and Truth Platform”, the Pro Moldova group and the Shor group could form a parliamentary majority; a coalition is also possible between Pro Moldova and the Party of Socialists and the third scenario is a coalition between the Socialists and the Bloc ACUM, version 2.0, IPN reports.
“The first scenario would be a potential majority with four components that must choose a government and I have serious doubts that Maia Sandu, at least Maia Sandu, will agree to form part of such a shame. For her, an alliance with Shor, the men of Plahotniuc, means political death. There could be a justification that they form a technical majority with the aim of taking the country to snap parliamentary elections,” the expert stated in the talk show “Emphasis on Today” on TVR Moldova channel.
Ștefan Gligor’s second scenario envisions the formation of a coalition between the Party of Socialists and the Pro Moldova group. “Even if this may seem strange, from mathematical viewpoint they have chances. Mathematically, such a possibility exists and Vladimir Plahotniuc could want such a coalition”.
The third scenario that will be rejected by society, as Ştefan Gligor anticipates, is a coalition of the Party of Socialists and the Bloc ACUM, version 2.0.
Returning to eventual snap parliamentary elections, the expert said that neither the Democratic Party nor the Pro Moldova group or even the Shor group is interested in having such elections.
“If free and fair elections are held, nothing will remain of the Pro Moldova group and of what’s left of the Democratic Party and the Shor Party. They will not pass the election threshold. These people bear responsible for the socioeconomic and political disaster in the Republic of Moldova. This is their masterwork. This takes us to the logical conclusion that they do not want such a scenario. They will simply not enter Parliament,” opined Ștefan Gligor.