The constitutional court of Moldova has refused to consider a complaint against the presidential election
The constitutional court of Moldova has refused to consider the complaint on violations during the presidential elections, which declared the loser of Maia Sandu.
“In accordance with Codescom on the election complaint about the organization of the elections is solely the responsibility of the ordinary courts”, – TASS quoted the common message of the COP.
Within 10 days from the date of receipt of the CEC final decision for the consideration of complaints by courts, the COP confirms or does not confirm the legitimacy of the election.
We will remind, the leader of the Moldovan party of “Action and solidarity” Maia Sandu, who lost the election, said they were not fair and free, and is going to challenge the results in the constitutional court.
“We demand the resignation of the CEC and the Minister of foreign Affairs for violation of constitutional rights of citizens. We will use all legal means to clarify each incident and to require the examination of individual complaints, it will have a value. We will present to the constitutional court evidence of irregularities in the electoral process,” said Maia Sandu on Monday, November 14, at the briefing.
They had earlier called for the resignation of the CEC Alina Rusu and Minister of foreign Affairs Andrei Galbur for violations in the organization of the voting abroad.
Note that after processing 100% of protocols Igor Dodon scored 52,18% of the votes, Maia Sandu – 47,82%. Victory in Moldova, Dodon and Bulgaria rumen Radaeva, considered Pro-Russian candidate, had the support of the Kremlin. And the President of Russia Vladimir Putin expressed their willingness to dialogue with the new leader of Moldova, and invited Dodon in Moscow.