Deputies of the "Victorie" block, banned from the plenary sessions, protest at the Parliament

UPDATE: The deputies of the “Victorie” bloc, banned from the next five plenary sessions of the Legislative, tried to enter the meeting room, but were blocked by the state security and protection service.

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UPDATE: The deputies of the Victorie block, affiliated with Șor, announce the initiation of the procedure for the dismissal of the Parliament Speaker, Igor Grosu. "In front of you, we are signing the legislative initiative regarding the dismissal of the Parliament Speaker and we will pass it on to our colleagues from the Communist and Socialist bloc," declared Marina Tauber.

Vadim Fotescu: "we will continue our fight: both through peaceful protests and in parliament, where we will try to initiate the impeachment procedure of Igor Grosu! We remind that the Bloc of Communists and Socialists (BCS) left the plenary hall in protest against the "systematic attacks on the deputies". The parliamentary opposition accused the speaker Igor Grosu of restricting the right of expression of the deputies and proposed the introduction of a project on the agenda expressing their no confidence vote in the activity of the Parliament Speaker.

Original news:

Several members and sympathizers of the "Victorie" block, affiliated to the Şor group, are organizing an anti-government protest in front of the Parliament. The demonstration is also attended by deputies who have been banned from participating in the next five plenary sessions.

The atmosphere in front of the Parliament is tense, and the protesters are chanting slogans against the government and the decision taken by the Legislative. Marina Tauber said that the deputies will try to enter the plenary meeting that is being held at this time.

We remind you that during the plenary session on Thursday, June 13, it was decided that the deputies affiliated with the fugitive oligarch Ilan Şor will not participate in the next five sessions of the Legislative. The decision was approved by the deputies of the governing party Action and Solidarity at the proposal of the Parliament Speaker, Igor Grosu, after the seven deputies blocked the central tribune in the plenary session for several hours and refused to unlock it, at the request of the Speaker.

We remind that the Governments of the United States of America (USA), Canada and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland have warned the authorities in Chisinau about the Kremlin's attempts to influence the results of the presidential elections in the Republic of Moldova, due in the fall 2024. In a joint statement, made public on June 13, the three governments expressed their full support for the government in Chisinau and urged Moscow to abandon efforts to undermine the democracy of the Republic of Moldova.

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