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Venice Commission suggests dissolving Moldavian Parliament and anticipated elections

de A.N. transl/adapt. C.B.
Marţi, 16 martie 2010, 14:58 English | Top News

The Commission in Venice claims that the anticipated parliamentary elections cannot be avoided in the Republic of Moldova and that the Parliament needs to be dissolved after June 16, Romanian news agency Mediafax informs, quoting off-the-record information featured in a letter sent to the Moldavian authorities. According to the content of this letter quoted by TV channel PRO TV Chisinau, the Venice Commission suggests for the Parliament to be dissolved and for anticipated elections to be organised in a reasonable time span.

Earlier the Venice Commission stated that the Fundamental Law might need to be modified by the Parliament, namely with the help of he communists and not through referendum, the preferred way by the Alliance for European Integration. The Referendum should be set up by June 16, but for now it is not known how many articles would be reformed.

The communists have announced that they will protest by boycotting the Legislative body's sessions and will put together a different referendum, on passing a distrust vote to the current governance, accusing the Alliance for European Integration for abusing state power. 

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