The Moldavian Parliament will be coordinating elaboration of the transitional law to strengthen the mandate of the negotiators for reintegration of the country. It was announced at the meeting of the parliamentary platform on consultations and parliamentary control over the policy of settling the conflict between Moldova and Transnistria.
The parliamentary speaker and vice speakers, representatives of the parliamentary commissions, Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Andrei Galbur, the former negotiations on Transnistria Viktor Osipov and Yevgeny Karpov participated in the work of the platform.
“We should submit a legislative package at the autumn session of the parliament to ensure favorable basis for the negotiations and the necessary support for reintegration of the country. At the next session, we will discuss ideas concerning the special status and possible actions included in the ‘road map’ on settlement of the Transnistrian conflict,” Parliament Speaker Andrian Candu said.
Parliamentarians say that “within 20 years no solutions have been found concerning a strict legislation that would ensure the mandate of the negotiators,” according to Interlic.
The meeting of the parliamentary platform was timed to the visit of Frank-Walter Steinmeier, OSCE Chairperson in Office, German Foreign Minister, to Moldova on July 25-26.