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Voronin won’t be a new President of Moldova2010-08-03 17:06
The Constitutional Court of Moldova made a decision, in accordance with which Vladimir Voronin, the President of Moldova, wouldn't be able to run for President again - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The decision says the person who executed presidential authorities for 2 terms running, cannot lay claim on the aforesaid position for one more term.
After parliamentary elections in April 2009, won by the Communist party headed by President Voronin, mass unrest started. The authorities allowed recounting of votes, but it didn't change much the balance of forces in the parliament.
On July 7th the Moldovan parliament endorsed presenting to the referendum the amendments to the article 78 of the Constitution on electing the President via nation-wide voting. The ruling liberal-democratic coalition voted for this way of solving the problem.