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Exclusive7 March 2019 06:00

What follows after the Constitutional Court will validate the mandates of the deputy, but also who will chair the first meeting of the Parliament!

The Central Electoral Commission (CEC) transmitted to the Constitutional Court (CC) the report on the results of the Parliamentary elections in the Republic of Moldova on 24 February 2019, and the CC will, in these days, confirm or invalidate the legality of the elections, validate the mandates of the deputy.

If the CC will validate the mandates of the deputy, according to  Rules of Procedure of the Parliament, the new-elected Legislature will meet at the meeting of formation at the convocation of the President of the Republic of Moldova within 30 days after the elections, if at least 2/3 of the total number of deputies were elected.

At the same time, according to the same regulation (Article 2 referring to the meeting of formation of the Parliament), the meeting is chaired by the oldest Member, afterwards by election, by the President or by one of the Vice-Presidents of the Parliament.

Thus, the oldest deputy in the current Parliament, as in the previous parliamentary term is the socialist Eduard Smirnov. He was born on 17 September 1939, and this year he is 80 years old.

It is worth mentioning that, according to the law, at the first session, the President of the meeting gives word to the President of the Constitutional Court for the presentation of the report on the results of the parliamentary elections and validation of the mandates of the elected deputies.

Parliament is considered legally constituted from the date of the constitutive meeting.

Andriana Cheptine

Translator: Mihaela Grosu

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