The majority of deputies of the Moldovan Parliament supported the government’s proposal to extend the state of emergency (state of emergency) in the country from June 24 for 45 days. This was reported by the press service of the legislature.
It is reported that the extension of the state of emergency was supported by 59 deputies from the ruling Action and Solidarity party. Opposition deputies were against it and asked the prime minister a question Natalia Gavrilitsawho came to Parliament, how long the government is going to extend this regime.
“So much we will need to be able to make urgent decisions and act quickly in the interests of citizens”– said Gavrilitsa.
She stated that this would depend on how the situation in Ukraine develops. At the same time, during a meeting in front of the parliament, a protest rally was held, the participants of which demanded to stop extending…