Moldovan Prime Minister Gavrilitsa admits government changes may continue
KISINEV, 21 November – RIA Novosti. Moldovan Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilitsa believes the authorities could replace a few more ministers in the future if “conditions change”.
On 13 November, Moldovan President Maia Sandu held a meeting with members of the ruling Party of Action and Solidarity and the Prime Minister. The press service of the political forces said that politicians are discussing security issues and ways to improve the work of ministries. economy, budget and finance Dmitry Alaiba. The position of Minister of the Environment, which had been vacant since September, was taken by the department’s State Secretary Rodika Iordanov.
In May, anti-government rallies and lookouts began in Moldova. Protesters are outraged by the unprecedented rise in gas, other energy sources and food prices, as well as high inflation and falling living standards. The protesters, who accuse the authorities of not being able to cope with the crisis, point to record inflation in the last 20 years. The country’s leadership has been criticized for its unwillingness to negotiate better gas prices with Russia and for political pressure on opposition representatives.
Numerous polls show that around 60% of the country’s population doubts that the ruling Action and Solidarity party can stay in power for another three years until the next parliamentary elections. Also, about 70% of Moldovans are disappointed with the policy of the authorities, and almost 65% support the idea of changing the government.
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