Moldova gives up status of permanent neutrality

The draft constitution worked out by a committee headed by acting Moldovan President Mihai Ghimpu does not envisage preservation of the status of permanent neutrality.

The draft constitution reads that Moldova’s neutrality is no longer permanent, as the Constitution currently in force states. Article 16 of the draft constitution suggests a change in Moldova’s neutrality status, “in case of a threat to the country’s sovereignty, integrity and unitary character.”

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