The Moldovan Parliament postponed the vote on the question of the inclusion of the phrase about European integration as a common strategic vector of development of the state.
In Moldova, the Parliament postponed the vote on the question of the inclusion of the phrase about the European integration as a common strategic vector of development of the state. This was announced by the speaker of Parliament Andrian CANDU on the results of the recent parliamentary debate, reports the online edition of the Chronicle.info with reference to the Correspondent.
“I’m disappointed with what happened in Parliament. Political and party interests were put above the national interests of Moldova. Following the well-known adage that wisdom comes with age, I propose to postpone the voting on this issue for a week,” said Kanda.
The speaker expressed hope that the Parliament time will allow them to realize that the inclusion of the vector of European integration in the Constitution is a unique chance to make a vector of integration into the EU irreversible, for the sake of future generations of Moldova.
Noted that October 12, the Parliament of Moldova has discussed the legislative initiative of the ruling coalition headed by the Democratic party on the inclusion of the phrase about European integration in the Constitution as a unified strategic direction of development of the country.
At the same time, against this initiative were made by the deputies from the faction of socialists, liberals and the liberal Democrats. According to Moldovan legislation, to amend the Constitution needs the votes of 67 (out of 101) members of Parliament.
Earlier, in Moldova, the constitutional court was suspended by President Igor Dodon from the duties of the President.
It was also reported that Parliament speaker Andrian CANDU expelled from a meeting of the presidential Advisor Maxim Lebedinsky.