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    Constitutional Court of Moldova is to Sign a Memorandum of Cooperation with the High Court of Spain

    Constitutional Court of Moldova is to Sign a Memorandum of Cooperation with the High Court of Spain

    The Constitutional Court of Moldova could sign a memorandum of cooperation with the High Court of Spain, announced the president of the Moldovan High Court, Domnica Manole that visited Spain on Wednesday, July…
    09 July
    A Socialist Deputy Fails to Get the Judge Position at the Constitutional Court

    A Socialist Deputy Fails to Get the Judge Position at the Constitutional Court

    The Superior Council of Magistracy decided on Tuesday, June 15, that Vasile Bolea, the candidate for the position of judge at the Constitutional Court “did not meet the necessary conditions to run for thi…
    16 June
    President Sandu Dissolves the Parliament, Early Elections in July

    President Sandu Dissolves the Parliament, Early Elections in July

    President Sandu dissolved the Parliament. The decree comes after the Constitutional Court declared the state of emergency voted by Parliament unconstitutional. Sandu announced the date of the early parliamentar…
    29 April
    Constitutional Court Declared the State of Emergency Unconstitutional

    Constitutional Court Declared the State of Emergency Unconstitutional

    The Constitutional Court ruled on Wednesday, April 28, that the state of emergency voted by the Socialist-Shor deputies is unconstitutional. The Court noted that the Parliament did not state the extent to which…
    29 April
    Russian Foreign Ministry Accuses the EU and the US of Interfering in Moldova’s Internal Affairs

    Russian Foreign Ministry Accuses the EU and the US of Interfering in Moldova’s Internal Affairs

    The Russian Foreign Ministry accuses the European Union and the United States of America of interfering in Moldova’s internal affairs, noting that this “contributes to an even greater polarization o…
    27 April
    Constitutional Court Declares Unconstitutional Parliament’s Decision to Revoke the Court’s Judge

    Constitutional Court Declares Unconstitutional Parliament’s Decision to Revoke the Court’s Judge

    The Constitutional Court declared unconstitutional Parliament’s decision to resign the President of the Constitutional Court and the following appointment of Boris Lupașcu for the judge position at the Court.
    27 April
    President Sandu Accuses the Parliament of Usurping the State Power and Calls on International Community to Monitor the Situation

    President Sandu Accuses the Parliament of Usurping the State Power and Calls on International Community to Monitor the Situation

    President Maia Sandu requested the General Prosecutor’s Office to investigate the actions carried out by the parliamentarians on Friday under the aspect of usurpation of state power. Sandu called on the i…
    23 April
    Parliament Appoints a New Judge at the Constitutional Court

    Parliament Appoints a New Judge at the Constitutional Court

    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…
    23 April
    Parliamentary Majority Votes For Resignation of Constitutional Court Judges, Accusing them of Usurpation of Power

    Parliamentary Majority Votes For Resignation of Constitutional Court Judges, Accusing them of Usurpation of Power

    The Socialist-Shor deputies voted for the resignation of three judges of the Constitutional Court, accusing them of usurping the constitutional institution. The opposition describes it as an attack on the Const…
    23 April
    The Socialists Accuse the Constitutional Court of Usurpation of Power and Demand Judges’ Resignation

    The Socialists Accuse the Constitutional Court of Usurpation of Power and Demand Judges’ Resignation

    The Socialists accused the judges of the Constitutional Court of usurpation of power and demand their resignation. The Socialists’ announcement comes after on Thursday, April 15, the Constitutional Court decide…
    16 April

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