Moldova's Top Court Rules...
Moldova’s Constitutional Court has ruled that President Maia Sandu can dissolve parliament, paving the way for early elections. 

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9:30 16/04
The decision by which the Constitutional Court ascertained the circumstances that justify the dissolution of Parliament is natural and was predictable, President Maia Sandu stated in a press briefing, being quoted by IPN.The official said that both of the conditions for announcing snap elections were met – Parliament hadn’t voted in a Government during three months and the
22:00 15/04
The Constitutional Court ruled that there are circumstances that justify the dissolution of Parliament. The decision was taken on April 15 following the examination of President Maia Sandu’s relevant request. In front of the Court, a number of persons were demonstrating, chanting “Snap Elections!”, IPN reports.“The impossibility of forming the Government,
21:50 15/04
President Maia Sandu announced that she will soon sign a decree on the dissolution of Parliament and, therefore, a date of snap parliamentary elections will be set. The statement was made after the Constitutional Court (CC) decided, today, that the current legislature of the Republic of Moldova can be dissolved. CC ascertained that the conditions […] The post Constitutional Court decided that Parliament can be dissolved. The next question: When there will be snap elections? appeared first on
18:20 15/04
The Party of Action and Solidary (PAS) welcomes the Constitutional Court’s decision by which the circumstances that justify the dissolution of Parliament of the tenth legislature were ascertained. The party noted it is waiting for the President’s decree to dissolve Parliament and call snap elections, IPN reports.“We consider it is a favorable, just and opportune decis
18:10 15/04
Political experts anticipate the Constitutional Court will rule in favor of President Maia Sandu. According to commentators, the CC judges will decide in favor of dissolving Parliament and calling of snap parliamentary elections. However, the experts consider President Sandu made a mistake when she banked exclusively on snap elections, rejecting the idea of investing a pro-Europea
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