PPPDA MP Alexandru Slusari said that a show was staged in Parliament for the second time and this time it was orchestrated by the PSRM, the Shor group and PAS. The statements were made in a press briefing held after the government program proposed by candidate for Premier Igor Grosu could not be discussed because a quorum was not present in the Parliament’s assembly hall, IPN reports.
Alexandru Slusari said that last December the PPPDA proposed the formula of an anti-crisis government that would manage the pandemic and economic crisis and they would have been now on the way to snap parliamentary elections to be held in summer if their proposal had been accepted. Their proposal was described as improper, but was stolen by those from the PAS. “If you stole this idea, assume governance,” stated the MP.
According to him, the PAS insisted on having snap parliamentary elections, but the result is an explosion in the number of infections with the novel coronavirus.
Yesterday, the PAS gave an evasive answer to the question if they intend to vote for the own government. This is superficial treatment of things. It is a game by which the PSRM, the Shor group and PAS aim to active their political goals, he stated.
Alexandru Slusari considers the show will yet continue at the Constitutional Court and those from the Shor Party will try to impose the majority’s candidate. Igor Dodon and Maia Sandu will stage a competition between them – who is responsible for the situation in the country – and will accuse each other.
A lack of quorum was ascertained in Parliament after the MPs of the Party of Socialists and the For Moldova platform, which includes the MPs of the Shor Party, left the assembly hall. They said they do not want to take part in the examination of the government program and the Cabinet proposed by candidate for Prime Minister Igor Grosu. Speaker Zinaida Grechanyi said the subject concerning the voting in of the Grosu Government is considered dealt with. This is the second attempt to vote in the Government. Under the law, after it Parliament is dissolved and snap parliamentary elections are called.