Some of ACUM leaders didn't show up at the first session of the Parliament.
At the same time, they didn't announce if they continue to their activity as a single party or they will be divided into two.
Maia Sandu, PAS leader didn't come at today's session of the Parliament. She explained this by her visits to Brussels. Moreover, Sandu blamed President Igor Dodon for not announcing her about the session of the Parliament.
"All the civilized people announce about the session of the Parliament a couple of months before, because they respect the deputies", mentioned Maia Sandu.
Andrei Nastase, PPDA leader didn't explain too much when he was asked about the activity of the bloc within the new Parliament. Igor Muntenau and Mihai Popsoi gave the hint that the party will be divided into two.
"ACUM is ready to run Moldova. The election bloc remains undivided. We didn't make any decisions of dividing it", said Nastase.
PUBLIKA.MD reminds that four deputies missed today's session of the Parliament. Only 97 out of 101 deputies came.
Previously, Igor Munteanu deputy of ACUM declared that the bloc will be divided into two parties. At the same time, Mihai Popsoi vice-president of ACUM declared that the bloc will continue its activity separately.