The representatives of the PDM, PL and PPEM decided to form a working group that will draft the agreement of the future government coalition.
The announcement was made by the leader of the PDM Marian Lupu in the evening of November 10, after the second round of negotiations held to form a ruling alliance.
“I reached the conclusion that each of our colleagues must submit proposals for forming a new government. We decided to work in concert on the agreement to form a new government coalition, which will be acceptable to all the sides. Each of the sides will designate by at least one person to help draft the agreement and we hope this will be ready by this weekend,” said the Democrats’ leader.
Marian Lupu made a new call to the PLDM, inviting the party to negotiations. “I reiterate the invitation to our colleagues from the PLDM. They are awaited and welcome. They themselves became involved in this difficult situation and now it’s easier to shift the blame on someone else than to deal with the problems,” he stated.
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