The Parliament Friday constituted nine permanent commissions, by one fewer than in the previous legislature. Four of the commissions will be headed by Communist MPs, while the other five by members of the Alliance for European Integration.
The legal commission for appointments and immunities will be headed by the AMN member Ion Plesca. Aurel Baiesu, of the PL, and Anatolie Zagorodnyi, of the PCRM, will act as deouty heads.
Veaceslav Ionita, of PLDM, will head the commission for economy, budget and finance . Deputy heads – Zinaida Chistruga, of the PCRM, and Vadim Cojocaru, of the PL.
The commission for national security, defense and public order will be led by the Communist MP Igor Vremea. Deputy heads – Iurie Stoicov, of the PCRM, and Mihai Godea, of the PLDM.
The commission for foreign policy and European integration will have Igor Corman, of the PDM, as head and Victor Mandru, of the PCRM, and Boris Vieru, of the PL as deputy heads.
Communist Vadim Misin was named as head of the commission for human rights and interethnic relations . Stela Jantuan, of the PDM, will be deputy head.
The commission for public administration, environment and regional development will be headed by the Communist MP Valentin Guznac. Deputy heads – Svetlana Popa , of PCRM, and Vasile Balan, of the AMN.
The commission for agriculture and food industry will be led by Dmitri Todoroglo, of the PCRM. The post of deputy head is yet vacant.
The Liberal-Democratic MP Vladimir Hotineanuhead will be the head of the commission for social protection, health and family , while Ghenadie Morcov, of the PCRM – its deputy head.
The commission on culture, education, research, sport and mass media will be headed by the Liberal MP Corina Fusu. Deputy heads – Leonid Bujor, of the AMN, and Aliona Babiuc, of the PCRM.
Seven commissions will be composed of 11 members. The commission for foreign policy and European integration will consist of 12 members, while the commission for human rights and interethnic relations – of 10 members.