Two years after democratic parties came to power we note the disappointment of citizens waiting for reforms and not disagreements triggered by frustrations of the AEI parties that obtained more modest electoral results.
Today at a press briefing, this is how the president of the LDPM parliamentary faction, Valeriu Strelet, defined the situation created at the last meeting of the spring-summer session of Parliament, where the Alliance parties blocked the adoption of some legislative initiatives of Liberal Democrats, MOLDPRES said.
LDPM faction leader stressed that "we must make a distinction between bills of national interest and personal interest, through the prism of the party". In this context, he noted that blocking the bill that would have ended the monopolization of metal waste market shows that "there is a force which wants to maintain the situation from the last 10 years on this market, because this is convenient".
At the same time, Strelet wants to believe that yesterday blockages in Parliament are simple incidents, and AEI deputies will support a number of legislative initiatives proposed by the LDPM in the next parliamentary session, such as those related to the abolition of Government Presidium or legal accountability of ministers. In the next session, our faction will choose a climate of political stability and reforms, and we hope to have the support of other parliamentary factions in this regard, the Liberal Democrat representative added.
Valeriu Strelet also said that in the fall, LDPM faction will ask for the disciplinary responsibility of the communist faction that is absent from the plenary sessions of the Legislature, which is paid by public money, MOLDPRES said.