The Constitutional Court of Moldova has allowed President Maia Sandu to dissolve the parliament, which twice did not approve the government, the President of the Constitutional Court Domnica Manole said following the meeting, which considered the request of the Moldovan head of state about the possibility of holding early elections,
“The Constitutional Court has decided that there can be relevant circumstances for the dissolution of parliament,” Manole said.
According to her, three out of five judges voted for this decision, and the rest were against it. The decision allows Sandu to dissolve parliament by her decree and call early elections. According to local laws, they are held under the majoritarian system no earlier than 60 days, but no later than three months after the date of the dissolution of parliament.