Anton Morozov, a member of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs, believes that Moldovan colleagues should resolve all political differences through negotiations, rather than repressive actions.
The pro-Russian Socialist Party of Moldavia, President Igor Dodon, and the pro-European bloc ACUM formed a parliamentary majority on Saturday, and Moldova, after three months of waiting, received a new government. The Constitutional Court declared these decisions illegal, and the parliament responded by saying that the Democratic Party, which was still in power, was trying to usurp power through judges.
On Sunday, the Constitutional Court appointed the Acting President Pavel Filip signed a decree dissolving parliament and called early elections on September 6. The Moldavian parliament, in response, declared Philip’s Cabinet illegal and announced its intention to appeal to the UN Security Council. President Igor Dodon believes that the decision of the Constitutional Court on the temporary transfer of powers of the head of state to Philip is aimed at further usurping power.
“We urge our Moldovan colleagues to resolve all differences through negotiations, and not by some kind of such repressive actions. Therefore, this is, of course, their own business, how to resolve the political crisis in the country. But I would like it to be a stable and smaller differences and more interaction with Russia in a positive way, “- said RIA Novosti Morozov.
The parliamentarian added that he considers it an “extreme case” when decisions are made at the state level to dissolve parliament.