Parliament Appoints a New Judge at the Constitutional Court

Parliament Appoints a New Judge at the Constitutional Court
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23 April 2021 | 13:45

The Socialist-Shor majority in Parliament appointed Boris Lupașcu for the judge position at the Constitutional Court. Lupașcu is a former head of section within the General Prosecutor’s Office.

“We demand that Boris Lupașcu be appointed judge at the Constitutional Court for a term of six years, after the vote, Lupașcu will submit the oath. I invited President Maia Sandu to the Parliament,” said the Socialist Deputy Vasile Bolea.

The President of the Parliament, Zinaida Greceanîi announced that the President of Moldova, Maia Sandu, and the members of the Superior Council of Magistracy refused to come to the Parliament.

The decision comes on the same day in which the Socialist-Shor deputies voted for the resignation of three judges of the Constitutional Court, accusing them of usurping the constitutional institution.

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