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TRANSPLANTOLOGY IN MOLDOVA

TRANSPLANTOLOGY IN MOLDOVA

01.04.2013(Interview given by the Director of the Transplant Agency, Igor Codreanu to your Infotag correspondent Alina Popova)

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MCP LEADER DOESN’T SEE PARTICULAR NEED TO CONSULT LIBERAL DEMOCRATS ON DISMISSING SPEAKER LUPU

22.03.2013 MCP LEADER DOESN’T SEE PARTICULAR NEED TO CONSULT LIBERAL DEMOCRATS ON DISMISSING SPEAKER LUPU

The ex-President of Moldova, Chairman of the Communist Party MP Vladimir Voronin says he doesn’t really see a particular need for holding consultations with the Liberal Democratic Party to launch the procedure of discharging Parliament Speaker Marian Lupu.     

Voronin was guest of the Publika TV channel of Chisinau on Thursday night, and remarked that the Communists’ initiative last week was “kind of a pleasant present for the Liberal Democrats”.   

Commenting the LDPM’s recent statement that the Liberal Democrats were allegedly going to consult the Communists about Lupu’s dismissal, Voronin offered an opinion that “it was merely an attempt to keep the Democrats electrified”.    

“So, why should we need such consultations? Well, come on and vote in Parliament. We have already presented all our arguments concerning the bill [on dismissing the Speaker], so the LDPM leader [Premier Filat] can read them. All these arguments are not new to us, or the Democrats, or the Liberals. They have made Filat their victim when they voted for resignation of his Government. All that was but a game”, said Voronin.     

The opposition leader explained that Lupu’s dismissal now would be only logical:  “We have removed the AEI Government and the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament [Vlad Plahotniuc], so now it’s the Speaker’s turn to go”.    

Last week, the Parliament’s largest Communist faction proposed to discharge Speaker Marian Lupu. The Liberal Democrats decided to first consult the Communists and Democrats. And Liberal Party Chairman Mihai Ghimpu stated that any joint voting with the Communists “will mean death of the governing alliance”.    

 

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