In Moldova, parliamentary majority proposes constitutional amendment to make Romanian official language

28 February
Flag of Moldova (photo credit: jorono via pixabay)
Flag of Moldova (photo credit: jorono via pixabay)
The MPs of the Action and Solidarity Party (PAS) have registered in parliament a draft law for the implementation of the provisions of a ruling by the Constitutional Court (CCM). The document sees that the words ‘’the Moldovan language’’ should be replaced by ‘’the Romanian language’’ in the texts of the laws from Moldova, including the Constitution. [...] ["]The present legislative initiative does not represent an ordinary initiative on the amendment of the Constitution, but a technical one, which comes from the compulsoriness of the fulfillment and/or implementation of the Constitutional Court’s acts,’’ the document reads. [An ordinary initiative to amend the Constitution requires a two-thirds majority in parliament. Because the Constitutional Court recommended this proposal, it only requires a simple majority to pass.]
Read the full article here: Moldpres


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