Early parliamentary elections are not solution but a waste of time and money. Additionally, It's uncertain for great number of population come and vote.
Representatives of parties who entered the 10th Legislature need to negotiate, to give up egos and join discussion to form a parliamentary majority which will create new Government. This opinion belongs to voters who are worried about uncertain situation after the elections.
Residents of Paşcani village, Criuleni district, confirmed that they await for continuation of social projects designed to offer them better lives.
"I don't see any logic of early elections. It wastes money".
Locals of Micăuţi village, Străşeni district claim they are waiting for results after February 24 elections.
"I believe that everybody should understand each other to reach a decision without the early elections. Elections are costly"
Inhabitants of Peresecina village, Orhei say they don't want to come and vote again.
"There are something else to do to build out country better. It's better to raise pensions for the elderly, professors, to make better society for people".
Citizens in the south of the country are waiting for our new deputies to work as soon as possible.
"We don't need early elections. It hurts our economy. We need to develop our country."
According to the Central Electoral Commission, the February 24 parliamentary elections cost about 110 million lei. After the elections, PDM immediately proposed other parties to start negotiations to form the parliamentary majority.
Later, PSRM also called the representatives of ACUM bloc for dialogues. The latter refused any talks with other parties.
Discussions on future coalition could begin after the constituent meeting of the new Parliament, which should take place by March 26th.