Political instability will add to the problems of the pandemic and economic crisis, says Igor Dodon.
Kishinev, 6 November. /The victory in the Moldovan presidential election of the leader of the opposition pro-European Action and Solidarity Party, Maya Sandu, will add to the problems of the pandemic and the economic crisis political instability, the struggle of the branches of power that threatens to plunge the country into chaos. This was announced by the President of Moldova, Igor Dodon, speaking on Thursday evening on the air of the Moldovan TV channel Prime.
“Sandu does not have a majority in Parliament, and she will most likely try to retire Ion Kiku’s government. But there will not be enough votes, a confrontation will start between the presidential administration on the one hand and the parliamentary majority and the cabinet on the other. This could lead to the blocking of the state budget law and other important decisions, which would lead to political instability, the freezing of infrastructure projects and the threat of salaries and pensions”, – explained Dodon.
According to official CEC data, Sandu received 36% of the vote in the first round of the election and Dodon came in second with 32%. As none of the candidates won more than 50% of the votes, a second round will be held on 15 November with their participation.