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Moldova’s Government Is Dismissed

After the government assumed the responsibility for the new amendments to the Law of the Prosecutor’s Office, the Socialists filed a no-confidence vote against the government led by Prime Minister Sandu. Sixty-three deputies, 34 from the Socialist Party and 29 deputies from the Democratic Party dismissed the government by passing the no-confidence vote, on November 12.   On November 6, the Minister of Justice canceled the results of the contest for the Prosecutor General position. The Minister also proposed a new amendment for the Law of the Prosecutor’s Office, so that the Prime Minister can submit a list of candidates for the Prosecutor General position to the Superior Council of Prosecutors.  …

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