After the parliamentary elections of February 24, 2019, several localities in the Republic of Moldova remain without leadership, whereas their presidents or mayors have obtained the mandates of the deputy, TRIBUNA informs, referring to Provincial.md.
Below we present you the presidents who have won the mandate of deputy in the uninominal constituencies:
- Ion Leucă – president of Glodeni district
- Eleonora Graur – president of Rezina district
- Ludmila Guzun – President of Ungheni district
- Ghenadie Buza – president of Hincesti district
- Ion Groza – president of Cahul district
- Chiril Tatarlî – President of Taraclia district.
At the same time, several localities remained without mayors:
- Gheorghe Braşovschi – Mayor of Sângera
- Ilan Şor – Mayor of Orhei
- Grigore Repeciuc – Mayor of Căuşeni
- Petru Frunze – mayor of Puhoi village, Ialoveni district
- Alexandru Botnari – Mayor of Hincesti
- Marina Tauber – Mayor of Jora de Mijloc, Orhei district.
It is worth mentioning that the Constitutional Court has 5 days to decide on the validation or not of the elections.
We remind that, according to the law, the position of the deputy is incompatible with the functions in the local public administration. Thus, the elected deputy is going to choose, within 30 days, whether he remains in Parliament or continues his activity as head of the district or village hall.
Translator: Mihaela Grosu