CHISINAU, Nov 13 Moldovan President Maia Sandu and members of the ruling The Action and Solidarity parties discussed possible reshuffles in the government, MP Radu Marian confirmed.
Earlier on Sunday, the pro-government television channel TV8, citing sources in government circles, said that the head of state was holding a meeting where, presumably, a reshuffle in the Cabinet was being discussed or the appointment of a new prime minister. According to media reports, in the event of resignation, the current presidential adviser Dorin Recean may head the next government.
“We talked about the security situation and the political situation, we talked about some reshuffles, but everything that was in the press today – Rumors. We discussed the risks that exist and the decisions that need to be taken,” the parliamentarian said. .
Since September 18, anti-government protests of the Shor opposition party, which has joined the Communist Party, have been taking place in Moldova. The demonstrators are outraged by the unprecedented increase in prices for gas, other energy resources and food, as well as high inflation and falling living standards. .97 percent year on year. The country's leadership is criticized for its unwillingness to negotiate better gas prices with Russia, as well as for political pressure on opposition representatives.