In Moldova, constitutional court rules president can dissolve parliament

By Craig Turp-Balazs, 19 April 2021
Parliament of Moldova (photo credit: inga/flickr)
Parliament of Moldova (photo credit: inga/flickr)
Moldova took a step closer towards a snap election on April 15 when the country’s Constitutional Court ruled that President Maia Sandu is free to dissolve parliament. However, she will have to wait until May 31 – when the current state of emergency is due to end – before doing so. [...] The ruling follows a series of unsuccessful attempts by various parliamentary groupings to form a government.
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