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Democratic party of Moldova agreed to unblock access to government buildings of the Republic. The decision was made after a visit to the party office of the US Ambassador Derek Hogan, reported TASS a source in the leadership of the democratic party. Officially this will be announced on 14 June at 17:30 Moscow time.
Thus, the political crisis in Moldova, due to the reluctance of the PDM to transfer power to a new study Maia Sandu should be resolved. Democrats hoped to the last that Washington will support them in confrontation with the President of Moldova Igor Dodon, the parliamentary majority and the government Sandu, formed the Party of socialists and the bloc Acum, told TASS. However, the support of the Americans PDM not received.
On 8 June a Moldovan socialists agreed with Acum to oppose the PDM oligarch Vladimir Plahotniuc. In the end, the Parliament was headed by the leader of the socialists Zinaida Greceanii, the government is one of the leaders Acum Sandu. Democrats complained to the constitutional court which declared the decision unconstitutional. Dodon removed from the duties of the President to the acting Prime Minister of the democratic party Paul Philip stead has signed the decree about Parliament dissolution. However, he considered it a usurpation of power and abolished the decree of Philip.
Russia, the US and the EU supported the decision of Moldovan MPs. However, the DP leadership did not recognize the new Parliament and the government and blocked the entrances to government buildings.
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