Vlad Plahotniuc after DPM's Dialogue with Igor Dodon: DPM Wants to Form a Parliamentary Majority to Solve People's Problems
A delegation of the Democratic Party of Moldova, composed of DPM's chairman Vlad Plahotniuc, DPM's first deputy chairman Pavel Filip and DPM's deputy chairman Andrian Candu, discussed with the president of the Republic of Moldova, Igor Dodon, solutions to overcome post-electoral blockage and create new government in our country.
At the end of discussions at the State Residence, Vlad Plahotniuc declared that Democratic Party has a constructive approach and wishes that a stable and responsible government is created.
"We have told the head of state that Democratic Party is open to dialogue with all formations, all parties that want to avoid political crisis. DPM intends to build a parliamentary majority as soon as possible to stabilize the situation in the country, to tackle uncertainty and take care of people's problems", said the leader of democrats.
In this context, Vlad Plahotniuc specified that other political forces, not DPM, will be responsible for eventual snap elections, having added that the democrats are flexible and do want to find solutions. DPM's chairman also underscored that before anyone can be appointed or elected in a parliamentary or governmental position, a parliamentary majority, based on clear principles and objectives, must be created.