President Sandu proposed Gavrilița’s candidacy for the second time after having consultations with the parliamentary factions in the context in which Natalia Gavrilița and her team did not receive the Parliament’s vote of confidence.
President Maia Sandu held a press briefing after having consultations with the parliamentary factions.
“Today we had a new round of consultations. In the evening, a letter came to the presidency with the name of a candidate for prime minister. We found that there were doubts that those people who signed would have freely expressed their will. In this context, we decided to propose to bring Natalia Gavrilița again to the position of the prime minister,” said Maia Sandu.
The Socialist Party submitted its own candidate for prime minister, after deciding that they will not give a vote of confidence to the Gavrilița Government. This was announced by the president of the Socialists, Igor Dodon, who declared that Mariana Durleșteanu is the candidate proposed by their party. The nomination of the candidate submitted by the Socialist Party for the positions of prime minister was signed by the Socialist deputies, Shor Party deputies, by the faction For Moldova, and three other deputies.