Democratic Party of Moldova

Press release

14 March 2019

DPM decided to invite ACUM to a new dialogue

DPM decided to invite ACUM to a new dialogue

The executive council of the Democratic Party from Moldova decided to invite ACUM to a new dialogue. The initiative was announced by Andrian Candu, DPM vice-president. He pointed out that DPM has the initiative to keep their flexibility in order to find the best solutions for the citizens.

Andrian Candu reminded that unfortunately, ACUM rejected DPM's proposal for a further coalition.

"We regret that ACUM hurried and rejected our invitation. It is bad that we don't talk to each other, but only in press. If the leaders of ACUM accepted our invitation to dialogue, they would have noticed that DPM is flexible and they are first of all interested in the responsibilities they have for the citizens. Even if DPM has more seats in the Parliament than ACUM, we can offer them an important role and the Governance. We can even offer them the prime-minister office", said Andrian Candu. He added that the compromises are possible within the country's development.

Andrian Candu also said that in case ACUM will refuse this dialogue, DPM will meet to discuss about the party's further actions.