Deputies from the ACUM political bloc in the declaration, after consultations with President Dodon, accused him of destabilizing the situation in the country. They emphasized that they would enter into a coalition with the Party of Socialists only after the resignation of the Head of State, and if Maia Sandu would be appointed prime minister and the cabinet would be represented by the same people as before.
Alexander Slusari noted that the ACUM bloc believed that the President and the pro-presidential PSRM were different political forces in the country.
“The presidency provoked the political crisis and the resignation of the government! (...) We stand for the pro-European government and implementation of reforms. (...)Resignation of President Igor Dodon will guarantee reforms in the country,” the ACUM bloc concluded.