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Important31 March 2019 09:00

TOP-10 governing parties, who are outside Parliament.

The fate of the parties in Moldova is changing – today you can be in government, and tomorrow you will not pass in Parliament. In the recent history of the Republic of Moldova, we have several cases of this kind, that is why TRIBUNA proposes a conventional ranking of the ruling parties, who now they could not even pass in Parliament. 

1). The Democratic Agrarian Party of Moldova

 He won the parliamentary elections in 1994, gaining 56 deputy seats from 101. It then went through a series of the splittings, and in the parliamentary elections in 1998, he only gained 3.63% and stayed out of Parliament.

2). Party of Democratic Forces

In the parliamentary elections in 1998, he gained 8.84% and came to power, creating, together with the Democratic Convention of Moldova and the block “For a Democratic and Prosperous Moldova”, the Alliance for Democracy and Reform. He ruled less than two years, and in the 2001 parliamentary early elections, he gained only 1.22% and remained outside Parliament.

3). Democratic Party of Moldova

In the 1998 parliamentary elections, under the name of the Movement for a Democratic and Prosperous Moldova, in an electoral bloc of the same name, it accumulated 18.16% and came to the government within the Alliance for Democracy and Reform. Its representatives occupied the position of Speaker, and of the Premier. However, in the 2001 parliamentary elections, under the name of the Democratic Party of Moldova, it only gained 5.02% and remained outside Parliament.

4). Party of Renaissance and Conciliation of Moldova

In the parliamentary elections in 1998, participating in the Democratic Convention of Moldova, accrued 19.42% of the votes. He later came to the Alliance for Democracy and Reform. In 2001, however, during the parliamentary elections, participating as the Party of Renaissance and Conciliation in Moldova, it only accounted for 5.79% and remained outside the Parliament.

5). Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova

Following the parliamentary early elections in 2001, it obtained a constitutional majority – 71 deputies out of 101 following the parliamentary elections in 2005 – 56 mandates, and 60 mandates after the parliamentary elections of 5 April 2009. He ruled the country from 2001 to 2009, and after the early parliamentary elections of 29 July 2009 and 28 November 2010, and following the parliamentary elections of 30 November 2014, remained in parliamentary opposition. In the elections of 24 February 2019,  it did not pass the electoral barrier and it remained outside the Parliament.

6). “Our Moldova” Alliance

He came to the government after the early parliamentary elections of 29 July 2009 within the Alliance for European Integration. In those elections, it accounted for 7.35%. But in the early parliamentary elections of 28 November 2010, it only accounted for 2.05% and remained outside Parliament.

7). Liberal Reforming  Party

He came to the government, initially as a parliamentary group, then as a party, on 30 May 2013, within the Pro-European Coalition. However, in the parliamentary elections in 2014, he had a modest result and stayed out of Parliament.

8). Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova

He was at government from 2009 to 2015 in five coalitions, including a minority. Beginning with 2015 went into parliamentary opposition, and in the February 24, 2019 elections,he did not participate, remaining outside the Legislature.

9). The Liberal Party

He was governed between September 2009 – May 2013 and July 2015 – May 2017. From 2017 he was in parliamentary opposition and in the parliamentary elections of 24 February 2019, he gained a modest result, remaining outside Parliament.

10). European Popular Party of Moldova

He came to the government together with the Democratic Party of Moldova in 2017. His representatives are still part of the Government. In the parliamentary elections of 24 February 2019,he did not participate.

Translator: Mihaela Josanu

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