Moldova has overcome a political crisis, the country’s President Igor Dodon told on Saturday, commenting on the Constitutional Court’s move to review its decisions made on June 7-9.
“At my request, the court has reviewed the decisions that led to a political crisis in the country. All questionable legal interpretations have been overturned. The political and constitutional crises in the country are over. I welcome this decision,” Dodon said.
Moldova’s Constitutional Court earlier revoked the decisions made on June 7-9, which had dissolved the country’s parliament, called a snap parliamentary election and declared the appointment of a new parliament speaker and the formation of a new government illegal.