Constitutional Court of Moldova suspends powers of President Dodon once again
The Constitutional Court of Moldova, once again suspended the powers of the country’s president, Igor Dodon, on Friday, January 5.
The decision was made at the request of a MP from the Democratic Party, Sergey Syrbu, who addressed the Constitutional Court the day before.
The deputy justified his request by the fact that the president repeatedly refused to promulgate the law passed by the Parliament on combating Russian propaganda. In the text of the appeal, he asked the judges to consider the appeal urgently because of a possible “constitutional blocking that could affect the work of the legislature.”
The Constitutional Court ruled that …read more