Anti-corruption prosecutors raided the home of former Bloc of Communists and Socialists (BCS) MP Alla Dolință on Thursday morning, September 8. The information was confirmed to Ziarul de Gardă by prosecutor Mariana Cherpec, spokeswoman for the Prosecutor General’s Office (PG).
In mid-July, Parliament approved the resignation request submitted by BCS MP Alla Dolință. The Socialist submitted her resignation request on 11 July on the grounds that she disagrees with and does not support “the rhetoric of both the leadership and the party as a whole” on the war in Ukraine. In her resignation request, Dolință said she was resigning from the PSRM.
In July 2021, the National Integrity Authority (ANI) issued a notice of finding in the name of socialist MP Alla Dolința, who was notorious after she was caught eating juice during a parliamentary committee meeting, for violating the legal regime of incompatibilities.
The integrity inspector found that the socialist also held the post of chairwoman of the charitable Foundation “Soluția”, founded by her former party leader Igor Dodon, along with her position as an MP.
During the control initiated on the basis of a self-report, the integrity inspector established that the MP admitted several states of incompatibility during the exercise of her mandate as an MP, between 2014 and 2019.
In October 2020, Socialist MP Alla Dolință appeared at an online meeting of the Legal Affairs, Appointments and Immunities Committee in a restaurant eating juice.
While committee members were discussing the draft pension system, and the voting procedure was about to take place, the MP appeared waving a spoon in the juice just brought by an employee of the restaurant.
Later, while the bill was being put to vote, she also appeared with her phone to her ear. The MP’s party colleague, Socialist chair of the Legal Affairs Committee Vasile Bolea, wished her „bon appetit” and urged her to switch off the camera.