Turcan: "Democrats want destabilization by the hands of the President and the Party of Socialists"
The President should not destabilize the situation in the country, refusing to appoint convenient ministers to the democrats. Such an opinion was expressed by the honorary chairman of the DPM Dmitry Dyakov on the air of the program "The Case of Principle" on the Accent TV channel.
Dmitry Dyakov is sure that the President, parliament and government should be friends. And in order for the so-called friendship at the highest level, the President should not make decisions that are not favorable to the ruling majority, and, in particular, the Democratic Party. According to Dyakov, if Igor Dodon approved the candidacy of Eugen Sturza for the post of Minister of Defense, the Constitutional Court would not cut down the powers of the President, as it happened on October 17.
In turn, the deputy from the Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova Vladimir Turcan is sure that the pro-Western authorities intended to destabilize the situation in the country and repeat the events on April 7.
"All these actions, beginning with the cut of all powers even before the President’s entry into force of, and the subsequent actions, including the Constitutional Court's decision on the day before yesterday, are all part of one big game called provoking the President personally and the Party of Socialists, so that they go out with shovels, pitchforks. April 7, 2009 in the performance of 2017. That's what all this is done for - to destabilize the situation with the hands of the President and the Party of Socialists. This will not happen! Because we have enough intelligence, enough composure, and we know that our people do not want this," said Vladimir Turcan.
Recall, the Head of State has repeatedly made statements that he does not intend to appoint random or acceptable by authorities, but incompetent people to high government posts. During the last briefing at the presidential residence, Igor Dodon noted that putting responsibility for appointing Eugen Sturza a candidate for the post of the head of the defense department to the speaker of the parliament or prime minister would remain on the conscience of the ruling majority, but the President would not sign this decree.
Date: 13:38 20/10/2017