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2007

Party legislation: Quo Vadis and how?..
Sergiu Grosu, 30 November 2007

The "revision of legislation on political parties accordingly to European norms" is one of legal actions that the Republic of Moldova should take in line with the Resolution and Recommendations by the Committee on the Honouring of Obligations and Commitments by Member States of the Council of Europe (CoE)


Dual citizenship restrictions: concern with public interests or fear over own citizens
Sergiu Grosu, 15 October 2007

After long and contradictory debates, the parliamentary majority passed on October 4, 2007 in the first reading the draft law on modification and completion of some legislative acts, which aims to "restrict Moldovan citizens from holding the citizenships of other states when they run public posts"


Quality revision of "conditions of political consensus"
Sergiu Grosu, 1 April 2007

Fifty-eight parliamentarians representing the Party of Communists of Moldova (PCRM) and the Christian Democratic People’s Party (CDPP) adopted on March 23 a law on modification of Article 82 of the Parliament’s Regulation, which was tabled (on March 19) by Communist Deputy Victor Stepaniuc and CDPP lawmakers Iurie Rosca and Stefan Secareanu



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