After the bloc ACUM broke up into DA and PAS factions and their leaders proposed functions in the state, PSRM chairman Zinaida Greceanîi said the statements of the ACUM bloc are purely populist and it's irrational to discuss functions before negotiations.
"It is a purely populist statement, in my opinion. Let's start the talks and then we see. When we start the negotiations, then we will discuss any function, and I do not think it is rational to discuss functions now," Zinaida Greceanîi said.
Two parties PAS and DA have proposed important positions in the state. Maia Sandu suggested Andrei Năstase to lead the Parliament, and the PPDA leader proposed Sandu to be prime minister.
Currently, the two factions have only 26 seats in Parliament.