Posted by: Mazur Rodica
News / Social
21 Jan. 2021 / 15:40
Law on the Functioning of Languages Spoken on the Territory of the Republic of Moldova, declared unconstitutional
The law on the functioning of languages spoken on the territory of the Republic of Moldova has been declared unconstitutional. The announcement was made by the president of the Constitutional Court, Domnica Manole.
"The notifications submitted by Octavian Ţîcu, Dinu Plângău and Maria Ciobanu are admitted - deputies in the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova. Law no. 234 of December 16, 2020 on the functioning of languages spoken on the territory of the Republic of Moldova is declared unconstitutional," said the President of the High Court.
This decision is final, cannot be appealed, enters into force on the date of its adoption and is published in the Official Gazette.
Several people protested today before the Constitutional Court while examining the complaint regarding the functioning of the languages spoken in the Republic of Moldova. TRM.MD recalls that the law was voted by the Parliament at the end of last year, at the initiative of the socialist deputies and promulgated by the then president, Igor Dodon.