The ruling coalition “agreed that there will be no early elections as they can bring about the repetition of the scenario when the parliament could not elect a president,” Ghimpu said.
The adapted constitution would be first discussed in parliament and then presented to the public, he said.
“It will not be a completely new law. There will be amendments that would allow us to avoid current legal tie-up and overcome the crisis,” Ghimpu added.
Prime Minister Vlad Filat said parliament would not be dissolved but would work out its four-year mandate.
Moldova’s ruling coalition is made up of four pro-European liberal parties and the president is chosen by members of parliament.