Parliamentarians from Moldova have failed to choose, today, a new president, the Moldovan press reported, specifying that member of the opposition did not participate in the voting procedure. Accordingly, following early parliamentary elections.
Remember: To be elected President of the Republic of Moldova, a candidate (both from Communist Party) needs 61 votes out of total of 101 of Parliament. The opposition holds 41 of the 101 seats in parliament.
The Communist Party, which submitted the only applications for this position, obtained 60 mandates in the new Legislative and will need a vote from the opposition. Although viewed with skepticism, the opposition has demonstrated unite and not voted. Thus it will be a new election ballot, probably in autumn this year. In fact, the most worring is that political instability in Chisinau is maintained, and a common vision to minimize the impact of economic crisis cannot be. The worsening economic situation may generate a new big tensions social.