Moldova’s Premier Filat optimistic about having parliamentary elections on November 14

Moldovan PM Vladimir Filat hopes that early parliamentary election may take place already on upcoming November 14.

The LDPM leadership held an extraordinary meeting today to discuss the new situation and a plan of further actions, and after the assembly Filat convened a news conference and stated, in particular, that parliamentary elections have to be held not later than in 6 months from June 16, 2010 – the date when the term had expired since the dissolution of the previous parliament elected on April 5, 2009.

“To hold the elections by no later November 14 is the country’s commitment, not an accord reached between governing coalition constituent parties”, Filat stated, answering a question about possible reluctance of other AEI members, in particular of Acting President Mihai Ghimpu.

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