Igor Dodon, chairman of the Socialist Party of Moldova, accused President Maia Sandu of usurping power and compared her to the Fuhrer. This is reported by “Interfax”.
“We see that Sandu openly violates the Constitution, the decisions of the Constitutional Court. There is a real usurpation of power. Now we have the same situation as in Nazi Germany in the last century, when one of the Nazi leaders said that “My Führer is my Constitution.” In Moldovan politics, there are already “pokemon” and “ball bolas,” now there is a Führer,” Dodon said.He expressed bewilderment that “the EU ambassador, the US ambassador and other Western diplomats do not react to the violation of the Constitution” by Sandu.
Dodon recalled that when he was president, he always obeyed the decisions of the Constitutional Court. At the same time, he called on all diplomats not to interfere in the internal affairs of Moldova.
Earlier, Sandu disobeyed the decision of the Constitutional Court and said that she would not nominate a new candidate for prime minister in collaboration with parliamentary parties. Initially, the president was going to re-nominate the candidate Natalia Gavrilica, already rejected by the deputies – so that after the repeated refusal of the deputies to approve her – and dissolve the parliament. Now she intends to achieve the election in another way – using the provision of the law that allows the parliament to be dissolved if it does not approve a new government within three months.
If that fails, Sandu intends to hold a referendum on her resignation so that citizens will either refuse to trust her or support her course for early elections.
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