Officials from the Education Ministry, the Anti-Corruption National Center and of Chisinau’s Education Department will be heard on Friday by a special committee of the Parliament concerning the issue of feeding children in nurseries and schools.
The committee has decided today that the civil servants will report on delivering rotten food to education institution.
Next to report will be officials from the Health Ministry, the Agriculture Ministry, medical authorities and servants from the Public Acquisitions Agency.
The MPs have three months to come up with bills aiming at improving the food supply to kindergartens and schools.
The special committee was set up last December following the so-called rigged auctions scandal related to food supplies to schools.
17 people were then detained in a criminal case. Now prosecutors investigate how education officials allowed companies to supply expired food to education institutions in Chisinau.