The Commission to reform the Constitution of Moldova, created to correct deficiencies and improve the work of state bodies, RIA Novosti former head of the constitutional court and member of the Commission created by Victor Puscas.
The President of Moldova, Igor Dodon, on Wednesday signed the decree about creation of the Commission on constitutional reform.
The President of Moldova, Igor Dodon, in a telephone conversation with Italian counterpart Sergio Mattarella was asked to open the entry of Moldovan citizens in the context of the pandemic.
"We regretted that the pandemic COVID-19 stopped earlier exchanges between our two countries, including on the free movement of people. In this context, I appealed to President Mattarella to allow citizens of Moldova to enter Italy, provided they present certificates on the results of testing on COVID-19 and if necessary, re-testing immediately upon arrival in Italy," he wrote on his page in Facebook.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon and the head of the unrecognized Transnistrian Moldovan Republic Vadim Krasnoselsky on this year's first meeting discuss quarantine office of the PMR, telecommunications, banking and other issues, reported the press service of the head of the PMR.
Dodon as the head of the delegation of the host country, outlined the main issues on the agenda of the meeting, stressing that they agreed. "To discuss the proposed topics such as the functioning of the provisional quarantine posts, telecommunications, banking question, the closure of criminal cases, launching trolley route "Bendery-Varnita the" other", - stated in the message.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon remains the most popular politician in the country, although its rating is reduced compared to the indicators of June this year, the show presented on Monday a poll of the Association of sociologists and demographers.
The survey showed that the highest trust and popularity among the citizens of Moldova enjoyed the acting President of Dodona, it was supported by the 27,95% of the respondents (29.8% in June). Followed by ex-Prime Minister Maia Sandu from 18.75% (up 17.8 percent) and the leader of the Our party, Renato usatii – 6,85% (previously 5.1 per cent).
The President of Moldova, Igor Dodon, said Friday that he believes the strange refusal of Interpol to declare the oligarch Vladimir Plahotniuc on the international wanted list.
The Prosecutor General's office of Moldova said Friday that Interpol has refused to declare Plahotniuc in the international search.
The President of Moldova, Igor Dodon, said Friday that the destabilization of the situation in the Republic after the presidential elections is not possible without external support.
"Any revolution must have an external support, without this I see no way the Maidan, or something like that. Serious destabilization in Moldova our Eastern partners – Russia – unfavorable, regardless of who wins the presidential election. The West is huge, the European Union, the destabilization on the border is also disadvantageous," - said Dodon in videofile, which was broadcast on his page in Facebook.
The President of Moldova, Igor Dodon, said Friday that the meeting with the leader of the unrecognized Transnistrian Moldovan Republic Vadim Krasnoselsky held on 28 July, the main topic of discussion will be checkpoints established by Tiraspol.
Earlier, Igor Dodon said that he plans to meet with Krasnosel at the end of July.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon believes that the censure motion could not gain the required number of votes in the Parliament, because the project was initially meaningless.
The parliamentary opposition in Moldova on Monday failed to send in resignation of the government ion chicu. They have initiated a vote of no confidence in the Cabinet has not received the required number of votes.
In Russia interested in expansion of inter-parliamentary cooperation with Moldova, although the dialogue is going through difficult times, said the head of the international Committee of the Federation Council Konstantin Kosachev on Monday at a meeting with Ambassador extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic Andrei Neguta.
Kosachev recalled that in 2008 ceased to operate Russian-Moldovan inter-parliamentary Commission, which aims to develop cooperation between the two countries. "However, the Federation Council members continue to contact colleagues," he said. Information about the meeting is posted on the website of the TV channel of the Federation Council "Together-RF".
Several hundred veterans of the Transnistrian conflict are holding a protest in the center of Chisinau, demanding the resignation of President Igor Dodon and ion chicu Prime Minister, reported from the scene correspondent of RIA Novosti.
The veterans are dissatisfied that the government has not provided them with social benefits that are promised after similar protests in March and may of this year. A similar protest was held on Thursday, was not without clashes with police, the result was a criminal case over mass riots.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon, the leader of the unrecognized Transnistrian Moldovan Republic Vadim Krasnoselsky during a telephone conversation on Monday discussed the issue exhibited by Tiraspol on the background COVID-19 quarantine and sanitary posts, and confirmed their readiness to meet in late July, reported the press service of the head of the PMR.
"The interlocutors reaffirmed their readiness to meet later this month to discuss topical issues of the negotiation agenda", - stated in the message.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon said on Friday that the Parliament of the Republic again, the ruling coalition of the socialists and Democrats, which was joined by one independent Deputy.
The Deputy of Parliament of Moldova Stefan Gatcan said Thursday that he decided to temporarily abandon retirement from Parliament and stay in the party of socialists, although I was planning to join the opposition. His departure would mean that the coalition of the socialists and Democrats, even with the support of independent Deputy Alexander Olejnik has no majority in Parliament.
The need to postpone the early parliamentary elections in Moldova until the spring can push the parliamentary opposition to the Union and the creation of the coalition, said political analyst Corneliu Ciurea.
The COP asked representatives of several parties of the Parliament with a request to clarify whether a single day scheduled for November 1 election of the President to hold early parliamentary elections. The constitutional court on Tuesday ruled that to combine these electoral processes impossible. In the decision the constitutional court noted that the dissolution of Parliament in the last six months of the mandate of the President is prohibited for any reason. The President's mandate will officially end on 23 December. According to the local law, early parliamentary elections fail to hold before the spring of 2021.
The President of Moldova, Igor Dodon said he will not abandon the idea of holding early parliamentary elections, despite the fact that the constitutional court ruling cannot be combined with the elections of the President.
Earlier, the constitutional court asked the representatives of several parties of the Parliament with a request to clarify whether a single day scheduled for November 1 election of the President to hold early parliamentary elections. KS on Tuesday ruled that to combine these electoral processes impossible.
Prime Minister of Moldova ion chicu said that the country could lose support from the European Union in the amount of 100 million euros, as the opposition blocks work in Parliament and refuses to consider the draft revision of the budget, responsibility for which was assumed by the Cabinet.
Moldovan opposition, boycotting the initiative of the government, disrupted three sessions of Parliament.
Meeting of the Parliament of Moldova was canceled on Monday for lack of quorum, the opposition for the third time in a row refuses to listen to government members who have taken on the responsibility for amendments to the law on the state budget for the current year, the correspondent of RIA Novosti.
Meeting of the Parliament last week failed, as the Moldovan opposition announced a boycott of the government. The Cabinet has taken responsibility for the revision of the four projects that relate to the state budget for the current year. Under this initiative, the government proposes to increase the salary of health workers, to provide financial assistance to pensioners, to increase the Fund of subsidies for agriculture and support small and medium-sized enterprises. As a result of these changes, the budget deficit will amount to about a billion dollars. The government expects to cover its grants, loans and income from privatization.
Prime Minister of Moldova ion chicu said that the Parliament is deliberately blocking the work of government when it breaks the session and does not allow the Cabinet to present the initiative to amend the budget, and therefore must be dissolved.
The opposition last week blocked two sessions of Parliament, refusing to listen to the Prime Minister with the initiative to amend the state budget for 2020. Monday, June 6, the Prime Minister again went to Parliament to try to introduce the initiative of the government.
The Prosecutor's office of Moldova has detained the head of the IT Department of the office of the democratic party on suspicion of involvement in the case of the oligarch Vladimir Plahotniuc, said the press service of the Prosecutor General.
Press Secretary of the Prosecutor General of Moldova Maria Vieru said Thursday that prosecutors against organized crime and special Affairs carry out searches in the former office of the Democratic party in the criminal case on the withdrawal of a billion dollars from the banking system of the Republic in 2014.
The President of Moldova, Igor Dodon, said Friday that his meeting with the leader of the unrecognized Transnistrian Moldovan Republic Vadim Krasnoselsky will be held in late July, one of the topics for discussion will be the problem of the movement of people across the Dniester river.
Earlier, representatives of the Moldovan authorities complained that Tiraspol unilaterally installed at the entrance to Transnistria 37 checkpoints, which, according to Chisinau, prevents the movement of people from one Bank to another.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon said on Friday that he would do everything possible to hold early parliamentary elections because he sees no other way out of political crisis.
"I think bribery of MPs is a disgrace and a mockery of Parliament and of democracy, on the opinion of the citizens. In this Parliament there are already 16-17 deputies, which I did, and I think the only solution now is to hold early parliamentary elections. I will do everything possible to in the near future to run all the procedures necessary for holding early parliamentary elections", Dodon said in videofile on his page in Facebook.
The President of Moldova, Igor Dodon, on Friday expressed hope that the oligarch Vladimir Plahotniuc will be extradited from the US in the coming months.
"I hope the extradition of Plahotniuc will happen in the coming months, many will go to Moldova, he said in all the years of usurpation of power. I hope this will happen soon," said Dodon in videofile on his page in Facebook.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon said Friday that some of the restrictions imposed in the country due to the coronavirus, can be cancelled after July 15.
"We must admit that in the last week we have noted a decrease in the number of new cases of infection with coronavirus. I really hope that this will allow us after the 15th of July to cancel most of the restrictions", - he stated in videofile on his page in Facebook.
The President of Moldova, Igor Dodon, on Wednesday expressed gratitude to the leadership of Russia for the decision to extend until the end of the year period of duty-free import of Moldovan goods.
"The government of the Russian Federation on June 27 adopted a resolution on the extension until 31 December deadline for duty-free import of a number of Moldovan goods to Russia. The decision of the Russian government encouraged economic agents of the Republic of Moldova, and the highest leadership of our country, expresses sincere gratitude to the Russian colleagues for the next friendly move, promoting strategic partnership between the two countries," wrote an announcement on his page in Facebook.
Russia extended for another six months, until December 31, 2020, duty-free import of certain goods from Moldova, including fruit, vegetables and wine, according to the ruling of the Russian government.
As follows from the document published on the official portal of legal information, it is about the application of zero duties on vegetables, fresh fruits and berries, canned vegetables and wine. Separately, the resolution marked the introduction of zero import customs duties in respect of sunflower seeds (for the period up to 31 December 2020).
Vice-speaker of the Parliament of Moldova and the representative of the socialist party Vlad Batrancea at a briefing on Tuesday said that after numerous passages of deputies from one faction to the other, the Parliament should be dissolved.
Earlier, the parliamentary faction of the Pro Moldova called on MPs from other parties to create a anti-government unit to shift the government ion chicu. To support the faction of the Pro Moldova decided and the party of "shore". As a result of another reshuffle in June, the coalition of the socialists and Democrats were left without a ruling majority. On Monday, the socialist MEP Stefan Gatcan said that leaves the faction of the socialists and joined the opposition, thus, in a coalition of 49 members instead of the required 51.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon at a press briefing on Monday said that the situation with floods in the country has stabilized, however, the authorities urgently need to rebuild the dams.
Prime Minister of Moldova ion chicu last week reported the threats of floods due to flood of the rivers Dniester and Prut. The authorities have taken measures to avoid flooding of houses, the inhabitants of the several settlements were evacuated.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon said at a briefing on Monday that the authorities of the Republic will consider the possibility from July 15 to cancel the mandatory 14-day quarantine for those individuals that enter the country.
"If, before July 15, the situation will not worsen from the perspective of the COVD-19, the Prime Minister will suggest to colleagues who are responsible for the health sector to withdraw after July 15, the mandatory quarantine for those who stay in Moldova," stated Igor Dodon.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon at a press briefing on Monday said that this week the authorities of the Republic will carry out all necessary procedures, to formally resume talks with Russia on a loan of 200 million euros.
Dodon, during a visit to Moscow last week discussed the possibility of resumption of negotiations on the loan with the special representative of the President of the Russian Federation on development trading-economic relations with Moldova Dmitry Kozak.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon said on Friday that in late July - early August, hopes to hold a meeting with the leader of the unrecognized Transnistrian Moldovan Republic (PMR) Vadim Krasnoselsky.
"I hope that at the end of July - beginning of August we will have a meeting with the leader of Transnistria Vadim Krasnoselsky, to discuss a wide range of issues. In the near future we will coordinate the agenda, date and time," said Dodon in videofile on his page in Facebook.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon decided after returning from Moscow to isolate themselves for three days, on Sunday, he will pass the test for the coronavirus.
"If it's negative, then Monday get back to work," he said in the broadcast of "the President meets", broadcasted in Facebook.
The government of Moldova risks in the near future to resign, the opposition may create a new Cabinet of Ministers, said in comments to RIA Novosti political analyst Anatol Taranu.
Last week the Parliament of Moldova took place the next permutation, bringing a coalition of the socialists and Democrats were left without a ruling majority. In this regard, the President Igor Dodon offered three versions of events. The first option involves maintaining the current government without the support of a parliamentary majority, the second option — the creation of a new coalition, which in addition to the socialist party and Democrats will the party of "Action and solidarity" and the party "Platform "the Dignity and truth", the third option — to hold early parliamentary elections. Some Moldovan politicians believe that the re-election of deputies can be held in one day with presidential elections, scheduled for November 1, a decision on this matter must take the constitutional court of the Republic.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon considers that the participation of troops from different countries in the parade in Moscow has become a symbol of the Victory over fascism.
In Moscow for the parade this year came the leaders of Belarus, Uzbekistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Serbia, South Ossetia and Abkhazia.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon said during a visit to Moscow he intends to discuss with the Russian leadership the issue of extending duty-free export, the Russian loan and additional aid for the Republic.
Earlier, the President of Moldova announced that will travel to Moscow to take part in the parade, which will take place on June 24 in honor of the 75th anniversary of Victory in the great Patriotic war.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon believes that one option to resolve the political crisis that arose after the disappearance of the parliamentary majority, will be the holding of early elections of deputies in November or February-March next year.
On Wednesday the Deputy of the Moldavian Parliament Euphrosyne the Grets filed a statement of withdrawal from the parliamentary faction of the democratic party and joining the Pro group Moldova, thus, the coalition of the socialists and Democrats were left without a ruling majority.
The authorities of Moldova have entered the next stage of the lifting of restrictions on the background of a pandemic of mers in the country resumed air service, returned to work, shopping centers, summer terraces, gyms, but the control over observance of security measures can involve the military.
The Moldovan authorities have decided to lift restrictions gradually every two weeks, and mid-June, everyone was waiting for, like a holiday. Finally had to remove the restrictions on the work of cafes and restaurants, allow all to play sports, and even fly somewhere to the sea. But the coronavirus plans were other — over the past week in the country registered more than 2 million new cases, therefore, together with the softening of the regime's security authorities have decided to return some limitations.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon said on Sunday that a group of 75 soldiers of Nazarii went to Moscow to attend the Victory parade, which will be held June 24 in the Russian capital.
The President instructed the divisional General Viktor Gaichuk to say a final farewell to the military and wish them to represent Moldova at the Victory parade.
The Prosecutor's office for combating organized crime and special Affairs of Moldova will give the U.S. authorities the documents in the case of the oligarch Vladimir Plahotniuc for his extradition, said on Saturday the press Secretary of the Prosecutor General of Moldova Emil Gaitur.
The Prosecutor General of Moldova Alexandr Stoianoglo in mid-may said that Plahotniuc is facing new charges of forming a criminal group, fraud and money-laundering in especially large sizes. The Chisinau court of may 22, issued a warrant in absentia arrest of Plahotniuc.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon said on Friday that the country should become a presidential Republic and then it will be possible to restore order in politics.
"I consider that Moldova should be a presidential Republic. Chose the President, gave him the confidence of the people, let him work, failed — went out on the street. This would be a solution in the current situation, then put things in order in the Parliament," he stated in a video posted on his page in Facebook.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon said on Friday that the increase in the number of detected cases of coronavirus is not a reason to return to the constraints.
"We propose to re-enter a state of emergency, to stop the economic activity, but we couldn't afford it. I'm sure we can handle it, this "wave" – a consequence taken in may of the restrictions, but it will subside. However, the situation depends on each of us," he stated in a video posted on his page in Facebook.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon has congratulated Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Russia Day and said that the Republic is ready to strengthen bilateral cooperation in various fields.
"On behalf of the Moldovan people, and personally sent to the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin the most sincere congratulations and best wishes on the occasion of the day of Russia," - wrote he on his page in Facebook.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon said that in the last month began to receive threats, including from members of Parliament.
"Recently, in the last month frequent threats in my address, including was and the public statements of some members, they say, be careful, and we will show you what's what. But I took these risks in the past year, we must continue to try to give a chance for Moldova", stated on Tuesday in the TV channel Moldova 1.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon said on Monday that the wanted Vladimir plahotniuc and Ilan Shor from abroad trying to influence political situation, overthrow the government and return to power.
"Plahotniuc and shore fled the country, but has not abandoned the idea, once again, to fall greedily to power. It is the fear of the oligarchs and their desire for revenge are explained by media attacks on state institutions and attempts to create ad hoc alliances.. to overthrow the government and block the activities of state institutions," wrote an announcement on his page in Facebook.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon said on Friday that the issue of concluding a new loan agreement with Russia can be resolved until the end of June, the main thing - to achieve agreement in principle from the Russian side.
"I very much hope that we will resume the negotiations on the Russian loan, the point may be raised during my visit to Moscow. If we get a decision in principle of Russia, during the week it will be possible to sign the agreement, through the government and put to a vote in Parliament. Within a couple of weeks, that is until the end of June it will be clear," he stated in a live video message posted on his page in Facebook.
The servicemen will take part in the parade in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Victory in the great Patriotic war in Moscow, said in comments to RIA Novosti the President of the Republic Igor Dodon.
Earlier, the President of Moldova said that he had accepted the invitation of the Russian leadership to take part in the Victory parade.
Prime Minister of Moldova ion chicu said at a briefing Monday that the government is not going to abandon negotiations on the Russian loan.
The constitutional court of Moldova may 7, ruled unconstitutional the agreement on granting the Republic of loan from Russia in the amount of 200 million euros. Earlier, the Prime Minister said that the government resumed negotiations with the Russian authorities for financial support.