Nicolae Pascaru, MP of the Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova, said the PSRM is ready to have talks with all the parliamentary parties so as to appoint a government. He noted no one should think that the replacement of Parliament as a result of snap elections will bring more honest people to Moldovan politics.
In IPN’s public debate “What parliamentary parties think about snap elections, if they anticipate them?”, Nicolae Pascaru said the PSRM has always done its homework and always had efficient management and technocratic and efficient people in power. Last year was one of the hardest ones for the Republic of Moldova after the declaring of independence owing to the pandemic crisis and the crisis related to the unfavorable weather conditions, but the Chicu Government overcame the related problems.
The MP noted the PSRM is ready for an eventual political struggle, including in snap elections. “But the PSRM, which is the largest party in the Republic of Moldova, is an experienced party and will do its best not to leave the country without government,” he stated. Nicolae Pascaru said the PAS in the recent period didn’t behave so confidently on the political arena and those who proposed two motions of no confidence against the Chicu Government now failed. These political whims of Maia Sandu cannot be understood by the people.
The Socialist MP also said that if snap elections are called, a stable government with a Premier should anyway exist, but the PAS and President Maia Sandu are afraid to take over governance. Not only the political class, but the people also see that Maia Sandu fears responsibility and comes with political whims and geopolitical speeches, not with a strategy for Moldova to do so that the people live better. These persons will be penalized in elections, while Parliament should be dissolved in a constitutional way.
The public debate “What parliamentary parties think about snap elections, if they anticipate them?” is the 167th installment of the series “Developing political culture through public debates” that is supported by the Hanns Seidel Foundation.