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Posted by: Cornelia Stefoglu

News / Political

25 Feb. 2020 / 11:29

PAS comes with harsh criticism towards the Government

The Action and Solidarity Party (PAS) comes with harsh criticisms after 100 days of the Government led by Ion Chicu. According to PAS President Maia Sandu, the Government does not want to implement the justice reform. It promotes an unbalanced foreign policy. As a result, PAS publicly announced the proposal to dismiss the Government headed by Ion Chicu.

"This Government works against the citizens because it is a Government of the price increases, it is a Government of the small reforms, of the mimicked reforms, a Government of international isolation, a Government of taking over the schemes and corruption," the president of the PAS, Maia Sandu, told a press conference.

The PAS president pointed out the increase in prices for trips in the interurban transport, the increase of fuels, the small indexation of pensions, saying that the current Government does not want to carry out the justice reform.

"Neither the society nor the development partners understand what this Government wants to do with the justice reform. Because this Government does not want to do justice reform. On the foreign policy level, the Republic of Moldova goes through an isolation phase and promotes a totally unbalanced foreign policy. Moldova is as isolated today as it was in the last year of Plahotniuc's Government. Relations with the European Union, Romania, Ukraine are practically frozen,” mentioned Maia Sandu.

Maia Sandu also said that if the president Igor Dodon does not agree with the PAS evaluation of the Ion Chicu Government, she invites him to a public debate on the public television station Moldova 1.

Asked by Moldova 1, Vitalie Dragancea, Prime Minister Ion Chicu's adviser came with a response to the PAS’s criticism.

"Those who criticize the information about 100 days of activity of the Government did not have the courage to listen to it and try to enter into controversy with a man who was ready to answer questions and I think that in this case, the cowards are on the other side," said Vitalie Dragancea.

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