MOLDOVA HAS PARLIAMENT BUT HAS NO COALITION
PHOTO: REUTERS/Sergei Ilnitsky
After the decision of the Constitutional Court, which rejected the complaints of some of the participants of the race, Moldova has the official election results. However, the Parliament of a neighboring state is likely to have either a minority coalition or dissolution and new elections – party leaders are showing reluctance to compromise with each other.
On March 9, the Constitutional Court officially approved the election results, rejecting the complaints of the ACUM and the Party of Socialists. Thus, the final distribution of power in the Parliament is as follows: socialists – 35 mandates, Democratic Party – 30 mandates, ACUM – 26 mandates, Șor Party – 7 mandates, independent candidates – 3 mandates.