The government of Moldova, headed by Paul Philip agreed to resign

Правительство Молдовы во главе с Павлом Филипом согласилось уйти в отставку

The government of Moldova headed by the Prime Minister from Democrats Paul Philip retires. The political crisis in which the country lived last week, partly resolved, the correspondent of “MIR 24” Olesea Cazacu,

The statements of the Democrats of the political class of Moldova’ve been waiting all day. Behind closed doors, the national Council of the party was looking for ways out of political crisis. The Democrats said that go to the opposition and call off the government. They believe that this decision will help to partly resolve the political situation in the country.

“Regardless of future decisions, until the decisions of the constitutional court will be applicable, set the government will work illegally, and the office staff will not be able to legally carry out the decisions of such a government. And will be in a situation of legal risk. For this reason, most likely it comes to early elections is the only form that can be legally and fully resolve the crisis created by the socialists and the bloc of “Akum” – said the Vice-Chairman of the Democratic party of Moldova Vladimir Cebotari.

Democrats thanked their supporters for their support. The protesters dismantled the tent cities and dispersed. At the entrance to the government are only the carabinieri. Recall that government buildings, Ministry of interior, the General Prosecutor, the constitutional court was blocked for the last five days.

As stated by the Prime Minister from the block “Akum” and socialists Maia Sandu, the solution of the PDM obvious, but belated. She promised that the last action of the Democratic party will not go unpunished and added that soon an independent justice will apply sanctions to them.

We will remind, earlier in an exclusive interview of broadcasting company “MIR”, Russian President Vladimir Putin said he will support the President of Moldova Igor Dodon and his coalition partners.

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