Bucharest, December 23 Kisinau News: The government led by Moldovan Prime Minister Kiku announced its resignation on the 23rd.
According to Monews Agency, Kiku made this decision after meeting with President Dodong and Speaker Greciani.
Kiku said the government resigned in order to hold early parliamentary elections, and “our priority goal is to restore normalcy to the country”.
On the 16th of this month, three political parties led by the Action and Solidarity Party filed a no-confidence bill against the government, and the parliament was scheduled to vote on the no-confidence bill on the 23rd.
Moldova held parliamentary elections last February, and the cabinet formation process was full of twists and turns because no party obtained an absolute majority of seats.
On June 8 last year, the Socialist Party and the “Now” coalition announced the formation of a ruling coalition, and the new government led by Sandu was subsequently passed by Parliament and sworn in.
November 12 last year, Parliament passed a no-confidence bill against the Sandu government, and Kiku’s government subsequently took office on November 14.
According to the Constitution of Morocco, if the formation of the cabinet fails twice, the president will announce the dissolution of Parliament and hold parliamentary elections in advance.